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sunita williams in 9 person crew to fly on us first private spaceships

After 6 years, NASA has again chosen Sunita Williams for her space program, will be in the test of 2019

American born in Ohio, Sunita Williams has taken part in Spacewalk

After 6 years, NASA has again chosen Sunita Williams for her space program, will be in the test of 2019

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NASA announced the names of its next mission sent to space on Friday. For this, 9 Astronauts, including Indian origin, Sunita Williams has been selected. After 2012, this will be NASA's first successful mission. In 2011, NASA retired the space shuttle carrying humans to space. Since then, the agency has been working with Alan Musk's Space X and Boeing to create human spacecraft. Both companies will send test flights to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2019.

To send humans to the ISS, NASA gave a contract of $ 6.8 billion (about Rs 46,000 crore) to Boeing and Space-X in 2014. Under this, Space X has put a test flight of its crew-dragon named vehicle in April 2019. On the other hand, Boeing has also placed its CST-100 starliner name test next year. Both companies will report to NASA after testing with Astronauts, which will determine whether their projects are capable of carrying humans in space or not. Sunita has been made part of Boeing's Test Flight Project.

Sunita: The US-born Euclid (Ohio) born in Sunita Williams Navy, after her retirement from the post of Captain, reached NASA. After being selected as Astronaut in 1998, he has spent about 322 days on the ISS. Along with this, he has also participated in spacewalk about 7 times. NASA's administrator Jim Bridenstine said that since 2011, this is the first time that we are about to send American Astronaut to America Rocket from the US Land. At the same time, Mark Gere, director of NASA's Jansen Space Center, said that the men and women we include in our first flight are our chosen people.
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