On July 29th, according to foreign media reports, although NASA's plans to use SpaceX and Boeing spacecraft to launch manned space missions may be delayed, this will happen sooner or later. NASA announced that it will announce the launch of the SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft"
The event will be held at NASA's Johnson Space Center and will be broadcast live on NASA's YouTube page.
Once all the testing is done, the two companies are ready to begin shipping passengers, and NASA's astronauts will send them to space.
NASA's statement on its website states: "NASA will work with Boeing and SpaceX. Boeing's Starliner will be powered by the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket, while SpaceX‘ Dragonship & rsquo; will be equipped with its own company &lsquo Falcon 9 & rsquo; rocket. ”
In recent months, their partnership with NASA has been tested as both companies fail to meet the milestones of their final manned mission.
In the aerospace industry, setbacks are quite common, but the fact that these new spacecraft have been repeatedly pushed back has left NASA in trouble.
Nonetheless, these new spacecraft will eventually appear in the spotlight, and NASA has decided who will perform the manned space mission.