The Falcon 9 rocket for SpaceX’s future NASA astronaut flight comes at launch web-site (picture)

The Falcon 9 rocket for SpaceX's next NASA astronaut flight arrives at launch site (photo)

The rocket that will launch SpaceX’s to start with operational crewed flight for NASA has arrived at its Florida launch internet site.

The first phase of the Falcon 9 rocket for the Crew-1 mission, which is scheduled to launch from NASA’s Kennedy Area Middle (KSC) on Aug. 30, arrived at the Sunshine State on Tuesday (July 14), company officers said. The booster made the prolonged trek from SpaceX’s facility in McGregor, Texas, wrapped in a protecting black shroud.

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