Four astronauts aboard the SpaceX spacecraft launched to the International Space Station

The so-called “Crew-3” – composed by 51-year-old German astronaut Matthias Maurer and NASA colleagues Thomas Marshburne, Raja Chari and Kayla Barrow will conduct several experiments on the International Space Station at an altitude of about 400 kilometers about six months. In addition, ESA astronauts will likely complete an external mission.

Crew 3 travels to space in a SpaceX spacecraft owned by Tesla founder Elon Musk. It’s the third to carry an astronaut with a SpaceX spacecraft to the International Space Station, and there’s already been a successful manned test with Crew Dragon.

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