A Video Showing Inside SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule Has Been Shared


SpaceX's expected mission for days was completed successfully yesterday and two NASA-trained astronauts were sent into space.

There was also a lot of curiosity about what the inside of the vehicle that was successfully launched and docked on the International Space Station was.
So far, a lot of people have been sent into space, but yesterday at 22:20 Turkish time, the SpaceX mission was separated from others in one detail. SpaceX, the space company founded by Elon Musk, became the first private company to send people into space. Today, the Crew Dragon capsule successfully reached the International Space Station.

This anchoring, endorsed by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, was shared with the press and greeted by two astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on the ISS. In a video posted today via NASA's YouTube channel, two astronauts toured the Dragon capsule and informed people.



Immediately after the flight, which is expected to take place on March 27, was postponed due to bad weather, there was a lot of curiosity about what the capsule looked like after the flight that took place successfully yesterday and how the astronauts moved. Behnken and Hurley today helped us learn more about the historic mission with videos answering questions in their minds. Since it was previously known that the interior of vehicles going into space is quite cramped, the design of the vehicle was very stylish and modern after the video showing Crew Dragon.

Information was also shared that the capsule was capable of carrying seven astronauts at the same time. Astronauts Behnken and Hurley moved profusely inside the capsule, showing the inside of the vehicle to those who were curious. In addition to all this, we were told that the capsule was suitable for manual use of astronauts. It's also a nice detail that astronauts gave the capsule the same name because of NASA's Endevour Space Shuttle, which both flew and retired in 2011.

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