Despite the coronavirus pandemic, NASA and SpaceX will go ahead with the first launch of astronauts from US soil since 2011 – the first step towards a planned moon landing in 2024
6 May 2020
By Leah Crane
DESPITE the coronavirus pandemic, NASA and SpaceX are gearing up for a historic flight. On 27 May, the US space agency and the private space-flight firm plan to launch astronauts from the US for the first time since the last space shuttle flight in 2011 – a key step towards revisiting the moon.
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In press conferences on 1 May, NASA and SpaceX shared details about the upcoming flight, which will be the first time astronauts go to space on a commercial craft.
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