New York: (www.kvartha.com) The successful launch of the Boeing Star Liner spacecraft to take passengers to the space station.

The spacecraft was launched without passengers. The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 6.54pm on Thursday. He had earlier launched two missions but failed.

The CST-100 Starliner spacecraft will arrive at the space station in 24 hours. Docking techniques for connecting the spacecraft to the plant will be tested. During the launch in December 2019, the spacecraft was unable to connect to the station due to software issues.

At the same time, NASA’s astronauts will be able to travel on the Starliner spacecraft only if they successfully connect to the space station and land safely.

Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft has been flying in space for a long time after NASA stopped using its spaceship for space travel.

But with the advent of SpaceX’s Dragon Crew spacecraft, the United States no longer has to rely on Russia for space launches. Many of NASA’s future missions involve private companies in space missions.

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