You can, if you wish, watch live the launch of the SpaceX rocket for its first mission to the space station.
Late on the night of May 27, SpaceX will launch the Falcon 9 rocket with two NASA astronauts on board and will be the first private company mission ever. Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will make a trip to the International Space Station (ISS) and stay there for 6 to 16 weeks.
The launch is scheduled to take place on May 27 at 11:33 p.m. Greek time zone. You can watch the launch in many ways. And SpaceX and NASA will publish the event from the websites.
The astronauts on the rocket are expected to reach the ISS tomorrow after spending almost 19 hours in orbit. This is a very important space flight for Tesla, as it could affect its future prospects of making more trips to the ISS. If successful, it will also pave the way for other commercial space companies to make missions.