Monday, November 16, 2020

Elon Musk's First Spaceship Launched!

 The Falcon 9 rocket penetrated air space carrying the spaceship Crew Dragon, identified by Elon Musk's firm Resilience, Space X into orbit for the first time on Sunday (today Malaysia time).


The full crew accompanied the expedition after NASA recognized Space X as the first private firm to offer an operating system for launching space shuttle spacecraft.


It is also a historic day for Musk after his firm worked hard for years to build and test Crew Dragon Resilience to aim to bring humans into space on a regular basis.


Crew Dragon is generated to transport humans into space. He was built based on the idea of ​​the Cargo Dragon spaceship which was specially built for transportation to the ISS.


The flight of four astronauts including Mike Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Soichi Noguchi with Resilience aims to carry out studies into micro-gravity and several other scientific studies during the six months on the ISS.



Musk continued his Twitter account with a heart-shaped emoji symbol, celebrating Space X.


Also celebrating Space X's triumph were NASA astronaut and Resilience commander, Mike Hopkins from space, Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin, President of the United States (US), Donald Trump and future US President, Joe Biden.


It seems that Elon Musk is again on track to achieve his goal of bringing humans to Marikh after it is reported that Space X is planning to further expand the use of the Crew Dragon spaceship in various missions including traveling into space.