SpaceX And NASA’s  The Space Station

First Private Launch To

The Ax-1 Mission

Will carry three paying passengers and a retired NASA astronaut to orbit for the company Axiom Space.

On Friday

Three men and a retired NASA astronaut will set off on a journey to the International Space Station.

The Mission

Known as Axiom-1, represents NASA’s first foray into space tourism aboard the orbital outpost.

The Crew

Whose trip was booked through the company Axiom Space, will spend 10 days in orbit, including eight days aboard the station.

Launch Of The Axiom-1

Mission is scheduled for 11:17 a.m. Eastern time from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The Astronauts Will Fly

In a SpaceX Crew Dragon, the same capsule used by NASA’s astronauts, atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

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