Astronaut Thomas Baskett in the Space-X crew dragon capsule will arrive at the International Space Station on Saturday, April 24. An event we can attend, a direct thank you from the Cnes (National Center for Space Research).
After a successful departure, there is mooring. Thomas Baskett and three astronauts are preparing to join the International Space Station this Saturday, April 24, in which they will spend six months.
A maneuver to enjoy live
The last step in the process is the docking of the capsule with the ISS. This subtle maneuver is fully automated, however, four astronauts are trained to operate when needed, and the operation can be controlled manually, Scientific and Avenir reports.
To follow the event live and understand the challenges of these maneuvers, Cnes has partnered with ESA (European Space Agency) to present a broadcast on the company of French astronaut Jean-Franசois Clervo, who co-hosts the event.
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