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SpaceX Crew got the nod from NASA to fly on May 27

NASA gave the green light on Friday to the following week’s dispatch of two space explorers onboard a SpaceX vessel on May 27- the first run space departure from US soil in nine years and a vital advance towards consummation American reliance on Russian rockets. High ranking representatives at the US space organization and Elon Musk’s organization had been meeting since Thursday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for conclusive checks of the Crew Dragon space shuttle.

“Toward the end, we got to ago,” NASA manager Jim Bridenstine told correspondents by a video of the fastidious Flight Readiness Review, which gave the thumbs up.

US space travelers Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley are planned to take off from Kennedy’s noteworthy Launch Pad 39A at 2:03 AM IST on Thursday for the International Space Station, showing up the following day.

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