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Astronauts en route to space station after successful launch
08 June 2018, 12:58 | Dale Webster
Oleg Artemyev/@OlegMKS tweeted"The hatches are closed just over an hour before the"union is undocked from the station
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted soon after the launch.
The NASA live stream comes days after the USA space agency broadcasted the return of Expedition 55 Commander Anton Shkaplerov, flight engineer Scott Tingle and Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency touching back on Earth.
This issue is very relevant due to the emergence of private companies, including Elon Musk's SpaceX, that are venturing out in space. According to Pew Research Center, 65 percent of Americans think it is essential that NASA stays involved in space exploration. A third (33 percent) do think that these private companies could advance the industry even without the agency.
Monitoring key parts of Earth's climate system: 63% said it should be a top NASA priority; 25% said it should be an important but lower priority; and 11% said it is not too important or should not be done.
Space exploration has changed drastically in the decades following the first landing on the moon by United States astronauts.
When given the choice of humans or robots in future NASA space expeditions, 58 percent of American adults believe that human astronauts are essential, while 41 percent say that humans are not essential to these types of missions.
Also, half of Americans (50%) believe people will routinely travel to space as tourists within the next 50 years. Forty-seven percent of surveyed Americans expressed a fair amount of confidence that private companies could conduct basic research and increase our knowledge of space. Overall, 58% of USA adults believe it is essential to include the use of human astronauts in the future US space program, while 41% say astronauts are not essential. Only about 13 percent say they have a great deal of confidence commercial companies will control the problem.
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