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But what if a worldwide catastrophe occurred and the world found itself in need of heroes who weren’t just down on Earth, but up in space?
On September 9th, NASA’s space shuttle Discovery will embark on its STS-133 mission, carrying the world’s first Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) mission, with one of its crew members being none other than comedian, actor, and pop culture icon Tom Hanks.
The mission will also carry a new, larger crew module to provide improved crew capability for future NASA programs. The module is based on the same new design that SpaceX was awarded $2.6 million in funding for in June.
The latest NASA update noted that the crew module was installed on Discovery on September 5th, while Discovery and its crew of seven astronauts, a telescope, and a host of experiments are currently docked to the International Space Station.
You may be saying to yourself, “Wow, way to work on the space station while I’m stuck on Earth!”
NASA’s press release notes that the telescope – which is actually called ‘SuperWedge’ – will be used by Hanks for scientific research, along with other experiments that will be conducted on the space station over the course of the mission.
The JWST is a 10-meter telescope that will be installed in 2018. It was developed by the European Space Agency, and will be the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.
According to an Associated Press report, scientists estimate that they will have a better understanding of how our Milky Way Galaxy evolved and grew during the first billion years after the Big Bang than any human being has ever known.
In other news, the Daily Sun Herald reports that the rocket that Hanks will be riding aboard is a modified version of a Rockot, a small, three-stage rocket built by the Russian-based Progress manufacturer.
ROCKO-M is an improved version of the original Rockot and, if all goes as planned, could 0b46394aab