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A thumps up from India’s ISRO to NASA and SpaceX

Indian Space Research Organization on Monday saluted NASA and SpaceX for their kept an eye on mission and named it as “memorable.”

SpaceX’s Dragon rocket with two NASA space travelers on Sunday effectively docked with the International Space Station after a notable dispatch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, denoting the beginning of another age in business space travel.

Saturday’s liftoff likewise accept noteworthiness as it denotes the dispatch of people into space from US soil without precedent for almost 10 years.

The SpaceX Crew Dragon shuttle, conveying NASA space travelers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley had lifted off at 3:22 pm EDT Saturday (12:52am IST Sunday) on the organization’s Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

India also is planning for its Gaganyaan program.

The Rs. 10,000-crore goal-oriented venture is required to be propelled in 2022, the time of the 75th commemoration of India’s Independence.

Four Indian Air Force military pilots are right now experiencing preparing in Moscow and will be the potential possibility for the Gaganyaan venture.

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