Thu. May 13th, 2021

Four astronauts have launched into orbit in a rocket and capsule provided by Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX.

It’s the second time SpaceX has supplied this service – Nasa described it as entering a “new era” with journeys being conducted by commercial providers.

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5 thoughts on “Nasa SpaceX launch: Rocket blasts off to the International Space Station – BBC News”
  1. A big sorry Russia we will no longer pay you billions to send our astronauts. This is what happens when you mock someone with a plan to help humanity. So good to see Japan involved this time!

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