NASA-SpaceX launch: Astronauts speak out following postponement of historic launch

Since 2011, international space agencies, including NASA, have been relying on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, created by the national space agency Roscosmos, to taxi astronauts to and from the ISS for cost reasons.

However, private companies such as SpaceX have now made it affordable for the likes of NASA to launch from home turf once again.

NASA and SpaceX are now hoping for the launch to take place on Saturday.

But yesterday, the two astronauts who were sat in the Crew Dragon capsule for two hours before the postponement were unable to hide their disappointment at the setback.

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