Four astronauts embark on a journey towards the ISS – HS shows the launch live – Science

Three American and one Italian astronauts are traveling to the International Space Station.

The United States space administration Nasa sent four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday morning Finnish time, according to Reuters.

Plans of four astronauts are scheduled to travel to the station on Spacex’s Falcon 9 rocket in about 17 hours. Three U.S. and one Italian astronaut are scheduled to remain at the station for six months.

On Tuesday at a news conference, NASA representatives estimated that the weather conditions for the launch would be 90 percent favorable. This is the fourth time Nasa has sent a full crew to the station using Spacex rockets.

Crew members also make history after exploring landslides and landslides Jessica Watkinsista becomes the first African-American woman to be part of a long-term space operation. In addition, from Italy Samantha Cristoforetista becomes the first European female position manager when she takes up the position during a command post.

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