Space explorer Jeanette Epps on course to turn out to be first black woman to join International Space Station group

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Astronaut Jeanette Epps is set to make history by turning into the First black woman to fill in as an International Space Station (ISS) group member. Epss has been chosen by NASA for a 2021 strategic Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner rocket.

As per NASA, Epps will join space explorers Sunita Williams and Josh Cassada for a six-month campaign to the ISS.

Epss was invited by both Josh and Sunita to the group.

The principal operational maintained trip of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner shuttle is probably going to depart in 2021 and it will follow NASA accreditation after a fruitful uncrewed Orbital Flight Test-2 and Crew Flight Test with space explorers.

Epps has finished her four year certification in material science in 1992 from LeMoyne College in her old neighborhood of Syracuse, New York.

It is to be noticed that Epps was set to fly into space on board the Russian Soyuz shuttle in 2018 yet her name was struck off from the task finally without a clarification.

Cassada and Williams were allotted by NASA to the Starliner-1 strategic August 2018.

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His name is Ojasvi Taak, currently pursuing law in his final year of the B.A.LL.B (H) integrated course. He wants to write and is inclined towards journalism and studies law to gain an insight of what makes the world, the way it is.

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