Space travel has become a routine in the lives of billionaires Jeff Bezoz and Elon Musk and is often surrounded by the latest technology, but a leak in Musk’s SpaceX bathroom will force astronauts on the International Space Station to wear diapers on the flight home.
Conditions are suboptimal, Megan MacArthur, part of the crew, said at a press conference on Saturday (6). But she claimed that she was confident of the success of the mission. “We are ready to overcome this,” he said. “Space travel is full of small challenges and this is another one of them.”
Same problem, delayed boot That would take a new team of astronauts to the space station. In addition, climate issues also hampered the new task.
Dragon capsule crew The crew enters the space station
The team has been on the space station for 6 months and on Sunday embarks on a 20-hour journey back to Earth. The initial plan is for the crew to wait for new astronauts to arrive, but the meeting won’t happen. Shane Kimbrough explained that sharing experiences helps with the routine of life in space, but technically there will be no obstacles for colleagues who should arrive soon.
Space-X and NASA send four astronauts to the space station
NASA has partnered with SpaceX and Boeing to bring the crew to the space station (in 2011, the US space agency retired its fleet, and in subsequent years, the Americans boarded Russian space capsules).
Boeing hasn’t made any launches yet – the company has fuse problems.
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