In May this year, NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken became the first passengers of the SpaceX dragon manned spacecraft and spent several months on the international space station. Finally, the next few months of commercial launch for NASA. According to the plan, four astronauts will take SpaceX’s Dragon manned spaceship to the international space station on Halloween (October 31). < / P > < p > NASA has been waiting for years to be able to send astronauts back into space again from the United States. As part of the commercial manned launch program, SpaceX’s Dragon manned spacecraft successfully completed its first human test mission in May this year. < / P > < p > although the mission successfully sent two astronauts to the international space station, there was no official scientific mission attached. After several months of verification testing, NASA has finally completed the full certification of the Dragon manned spacecraft and officially finalized the date of the SpaceX crew-1 mission. In a blog post, NASA said that the agency had advanced its target date to October 31 (Saturday), when SpaceX’s Dragon manned spacecraft will carry out its first official full crew mission, with a tentative launch time of 2:40 a.m. in eastern America, which happens to be the day of Halloween. < / P > < p > it should be pointed out that although the Dragon manned spacecraft has not been officially certified by NASA for continued use, it is believed that there is no need to wait too long. NASA explained that after the second verification flight, the agency is still in the final stage of data review required for certification. The NASA and SpaceX teams will provide the latest information at a media conference hosted by the Houston Space Center on September 29, US Eastern time. Skip to content