Historic SpaceX Crew Dragon “Resilience” Crew-1 Scheduled to Launch November 14th

The SpaceX Crew Dragon, called “Resilience” by the crew selected for the mission, is ready for the launch of the Crew-1 mission scheduled for November 14th to transport four astronauts of the Expedition 64 to the ISS.

This “Crew Dragon” is part of the SpaceX Dragon capsule family and is named “Dragon Rider” but is now Dragon 2. In reality, it is not one of the 14 vessels in the “Cargo Dragon” family, also known as Dragon 1 or Dragonlab, but a new human crew capsule. As of now, four Crew Dragons appear to have been made.

The Crew-1, having completed its processing, is currently awaiting NASA’s upcoming scheduled flight at the Kennedy Space Center on a Falcon 9 rocket, launch pad LC-39A.

The crew of American astronauts Shannon Walker, Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi will transport Resilience to the ISS. This is the second mission to carry humans and the first mission to carry an astronaut from another country onboard a Dragon.

You don’t want to miss this historic flight! Mark your calendar and stay tuned!

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