Know all about the NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 Mission

All you need to know About NASA's SpaceX Crew-6 Mission. (NASA)

A new set of four crew members are preparing to launch to the International Space Station as part of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 mission.

 Dragon Endeavour will lift off from Launch Pad 39A on a Falcon 9 rocket. (NASA)

Once in orbit, the crew and SpaceX mission control in Hawthorne, California, will monitor a series of automatic maneuvers. (NASA)

These will guide Endeavour to the space-facing port of the station’s Harmony module. (NASA)

The spacecraft is designed to dock autonomously, but the crew can take control and pilot manually too. (NASA)

Crew-6 will conduct new research to prepare for human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit. (NASA)

The crew will see the arrival of cargo spacecraft including the SpaceX Dragon and the Roscosmos Progress. (NASA)

Crew-6 is expected to welcome the agency’s Boeing Crew Flight Test astronauts and the Axiom Mission-2 crew during their expedition. (NASA)

At the conclusion of the mission, Dragon Endeavour will undock with the four crew members aboard, depart the space station and re-enter Earth’s atmosphere. (NASA)

After splashdown just off Florida’s coast, a SpaceX recovery vessel will pick up the crew. (Flickr)

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