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After the SpaceX rocket takes off, on Friday 23 April, Charlotte Matteo, an economic analyst for the European Space Agency (ESA), and Jean-Christophe Batteria, a journalist for France Télévisions, discuss its launch and what awaits astronauts as they approach the international flight. The ISS space station.
For Charlotte Matteo, an economic analyst for the European Space Agency (ESA), the sentiments were on the date of the meeting, Friday, April 23, in the face of images of the take-off of the SpaceX rocket carrying the four astronauts on the Alpha mission, including Thomas. Biscuits. “It’s really amazing what this crew is doing today and all the work that engineers have been doing in the previous months.”, She’s excited in the collection of 23 Hours of franceinfo.
Thomas Pesquet and his flight companions are scheduled to arrive at the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday, April 24th. “The capsule will stick to the International Space Station around 11:10 am, but there is still a lot of work to do, because it is the kind of chase that is taking place in space at 28,000 km / hr, 400 km above the Earth, in order to catch up with the space station. International, but not too fast. We’ll have to regulate the speed to the berth. It’s a very delicate driving moment. “France Télévisions journalist Jean-Christophe Bateria confirms.
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