Dragon and the Falcon 9 become the first NASA-certified system in over 40 years for regular manned trips to the ISS. The approval echoes SpaceX's success in the Commercial Crew program.
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VITAL was tested successfully on a human patient simulator. It has now been approved by the FDA for use in severe cases of COVID-19. NASA is now looking for partners to take on its manufacturing.
Using its internal communication channel, NASA@WORK, the agency has called upon its workforce to come up with ways that NASA can contribute to the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
After a delay, courtesy of unfavorable weather conditions, SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft took flight atop the Falcon 9 rocket and safely detached itself before the latter went up in flames.
After burning excess fuel, Boeing's CST-100 Starliner failed to dock at the International Space Station in its maiden, unmanned test flight as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
SpaceX's founder, Elon Musk, and the NASA Administrator, Jim Bridenstine, will be meeting in Hawthorne to discuss Crew Dragon—a spacecraft that the two companies are collaborating on.
With the rover nearing the end of its development stages, NASA is now looking for potential names for it. The procreator of the chosen name will be invited to Florida for the rover's launch in 2020.