RESCUED!! Elon Musk & SpaceX will FIX NASA Problem “Spacesuits”, Which cost $1 billion.#STARSHIPFANS
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Elon Musk offers for SpaceX to make NASA spacesuits, which cost $1 billion.
Today we’ll take a detail at the most significant that delays Nasa go on the Moon 2024: Its Spacesuit.
First of all, we come to the new update of Starship 20 and Booster 4.
After S20 returned to the high bay last week and completed the final finishing touches, its partner, Booster 4 moved back to the build site on Tuesday 11th, August.
SpaceX will soon start subjecting Booster 4 to a series of pressurization and engine tests. If all goes well with those trials, the rocket will be poised for an orbital launch attempt, which could occur within the next few months.
Besides, SpaceX is also ramping up new deliveries for the next prototypes, specifically, 2 new Super Heavy Booster 5 sections have been spotted at the StarBase production site and the first part of GSE 8 has been spotted. We can clearly see that SpaceX is rushing to accomplish its goals.
If SpaceX’s first orbital flight this year goes as well as planned. SpaceX will definitely complete the mission assigned by Nasa in the Artemis program. We can clearly see that SpaceX is rushing to accomplish its goals. The company recently said that there will be 16 Starship launches to land the next humans on the Moon.
The OIG audit states that NASA planned to develop the first two flight-ready spacesuits, formally known as Extravehicular Mobility Units (EMU), by November 2024 but they found that the “Agency will face significant challenges meeting this goal. This schedule includes an overall delay of approximately 20 months in delivery of the planned design, verification, and testing suite, two qualification suits, ISS [International Space Station] Demo suit, and two lunar flight suits due to funding shortfalls, COVID-19 impacts, and technical challenges-delays that have left no schedule margin in the project,” the audit states, “Given these challenges, we believe the current approach to spacesuit development will preclude a 2024 lunar landing.” The spacesuits will “not be ready for flight until April 2025 at the earliest,” the report said. NASA originally said the spacesuits would be ready by March 2023.
RESCUED!! Elon Musk & SpaceX will FIX NASA Problem “Spacesuits”, Which cost $1 billion.
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