Astronauts launched to the International Space Station set a record for staying in space

scientists and astronauts, International Space Station It has been finishing up numerous experiments and researches in space for years.

American Aeronautics and Space Company (NASA)introduced that the astronauts despatched into space with SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket in November 2020 broke the record for “going to space from US soil for the longest time”.


In the assertion made by NASA, it was said that since November 16, 2020, when 4 astronauts had been launched from Kennedy Space Heart in Florida, they broke the record with 85 days spent on the International Space Station (ISS).


The earlier record belonged to the Skylab-4 staff astronauts, who had been despatched into space from US soil on February 8, 1974 and stayed in space for 84 days.

Launch on November 16, 2020 NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins, Victor Glover and Shannon Walker, in addition to Soichi Noguchi of the Japan Space Exploration Company (JAXA), will spend a complete of 6 months on the space station to conduct scientific analysis.

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