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4 astronauts will be sent to the International Space Station by NASA...

4 astronauts will be sent to the International Space Station by NASA...

Washington, AFP: On Sunday, NASA and SpaceX will launch a new mission together. This mission to the International Space Station (ISS) will transport four astronauts to the station for the second time. Three of the four astronauts who departed on Sunday will be doing it for the first time. All members of the 'Crew-3' crew will be stationed there for six months.

He will do all of his study, including material science, health, and vegetation, during this time. Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, and Kayla Barron of the United States, along with Matthias Maurer of Germany, flew aboard the Crew Dragon spacecraft 'Endurance' on a Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 2:21 a.m. (0621 a.m. GMT). King Chari, a Milwaukee native, will make his first space journey.

Raja Chari will oversee the expedition from start to finish. Please inform the king that he will be in charge of every aspect of this expedition. Raja Chari was born in America to an Indian father, Srinivas Chari, who had immigrated from Telangana. He is a former US Air Force pilot who was chosen as an astronaut in 2017. He has now been chosen as the commander of the forthcoming space expedition based on his qualifications.

Colonel Raja Chari of the United States Air Force has logged over 2,500 hours in the cockpit. A group of four individuals also travelled into space last month. Chari was chosen to be a member of the Artemis crew, an elite group of astronauts, in December 2020, following two years of training as an astronaut. This mission is part of the preparations for sending the first woman and the next man to walk on the moon in 2024. According to reports, NASA has finally found such an astronaut after years of searching. Chari, 44, is a distinguished military commander who served in America's Iraq conflict. He must spend the next six months aboard the space station with his crew before moving on to the next mission-related study. 

Credit - Komal Sharma