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In addition, NASA's Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft, now in development, will launch astronauts on missions to the proving ground of lunar orbit where NASA will learn to conduct complex operations in a deep space environment before moving on to longer duration missions on its journey to Mars.
1APOLLO 1 APOLLO 13 (1995) THE real-life story of the doomed Moon trip brought to the big screen with Tom Hanks as astronaut Jim Lovell trying to get everyone back to Earth alive before the oxygen and rocket fuel runs out.
China has successfully launched its Shenzhou 9 spacecraft with the first Chinese woman astronaut on board from the Jiuquan spaceport, located in the Gobi desert at 18:37 local time.
The Shenzhou-9 spacecraft will send Liu Yang, 33, and two male astronauts, Jing Haipeng and Liu Wang, into an orbit where they will manually dock Shenzhou-9 with awaiting Tiangong-1 space experimental module.
With veteran astronauts leaving the space agency, Kavandi said NASA is afraid it will not have enough astronauts, something a National Research Council report pointed out in September.
Two cameras are also installed inside the capsule, one to record the whole process of the astronauts entering the capsule and the other to record the control-board signals when it is unmanned.
Rubber fingertips on the gloves help the astronaut handle tools.
As a result of President Kennedy's challenge, the Apollo program landed astronauts on the moon six times between 1969 and 1972.
In addition to a suit that fits like a second skin, the engineers from MIT hope to design different modules that future astronauts could slip over the outfit to match their daily needs.
The spacecraft will take four astronauts on the moon's surface, instead of the two in Apollo days.
Through the use of computers, telephones, videoconferencing and the Internet, the team simulated procedures to see if astronauts could perform rudimentary surgical procedures.
Seven astronauts died in the Columbia accident and another seven died when the Challenger exploded in 1986.