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NASA's Commercial Crew Program: SpaceX's Crew Demo-1



What is NASA’s Commercial Crew Program? Why is this a new era of spaceflight? What is SpaceX crew demo-1 launch?

In this video, we discuss NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. This project focuses on helping private companies like SpaceX and Boeing help develop their new crew capsules. For Boeing, this is the CST-100 Starliner, and for SpaceX this is their Crew Dragon capsule.

On March 2nd, SpaceX Crew Dragon test flight took place, which marked the first of the test flights for these two companies. If everything goes according to plan, later this year (2019) these companies will be sending astronauts to the International Space Station. Many consider this launch marking a new era of spaceflight, because of the private industry working on crewed flight.

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  1. Honestly so surprised you don’t have 100k subs. The quality of your videos is phenomenal relative to your channel size. Keep it up man! Also, what do you think about a potential colony on the moon?

  2. I think private companies won't satisfy by number of manned lunches we have right now and they will search ways to increase this number. And this will be the real driver of space exploration. Private stations, space hotels and may be even private Moon bases

  3. I think the launches will increase gradually, however the ISS is limited in capacity and crewed launches for that place won’t increase much. The key to launch increases will depend on the technology for tourism and scientific research, in separate stations. The cost is high still but coming down, the clientele will be limited until the cost drops a few orders of magnitude. The Mars and Lunar opportunities will also require launches in the next decade, but it will be gradual.

  4. Following work progress for quite some time falcon 9 seems like a very reliable rocket right now. Dragon 2 looks amazing. I would rather fly that vessel than shuttle type Starship where many things can go wrong and everybody is stuck with it.

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