Thursday , August 11 2022

USA: for the first time in history two women will make space


For the first time in history two girls will make space this year. Here are Christina Koch and Anne Mcclain, two lovers of US space agencies.

The launch of the ship would be done on March 14 and would last for 203 days, the time the station's surface materials will be collected and then taken to the floor and then studied.

"These tasks include space spaces, robotic operations, scientific operations. And I'm ready to complete with any team member," explained one of them.

According to reports, both they have engineering training and will join the current residents of the international space station on board Soyuz Ms-12 spacecraft.

It's worth remembering that they will arrive on their journey after last October, the Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin and the American astronomers Nick Hague had to go urgently after a failed launch. According to tradition, the astronauts before their trip have given flowers under the Kremlin wall in the tombs of Yuri Gagarin and Sargey Goroñof.

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