SpaceX launched Falcon 9 missile with astronauts of Crew-8 mission

According to the message published on the NASA website, on Monday with the 39A runway, after the cancellation for a day due to weather conditions, the Falcon 9 rocket was launched by SpaceX.

The missile, which will deliver the Russian cosmonaut Alexander Grebenkin and NASA astronauts Michael Barratt, Matthew Dominic and Jeanette EPPS to the International Space Station (ISS) for a six -month mission, was successfully launched at 06.53 in Turkish time.

NASA administrator Bill Nelson, who made a statement about the Crew-8 mission, congratulated SpaceX on a successful launch and stated that the mission team would conduct more than 200 experiments at the station to “bring the benefit of humanity and support the new era of space development.”

The team plans to conduct many research and experiments on the ISS in conditions of low gravity, including the manufacture of copies of human organs to study degenerative diseases that occur due to damage to cells and negatively affect tissues or organs.