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American Space Agency NASA announced that the no-load rocket test of SpaceX has been postponed and it will now be on March 2 at Cape Canaveral in Florida.
NASA has given responsibility to SpaceX and Boeing to send astronauts. The beginning of sending humans to space will be done this year. SpaceX will use its Falcon 9 rocket, which has a dragon capsule installed on top, which has been specially designed to allow astronauts to fit into it. This capsule has been prepared to take the astronauts to the International Space Station.
However, before sending the spacecraft to the spacecraft, SpaceX will have to complete the missile mission. Earlier this trial was to happen in early January and the date of March 2 is not entirely sure. Any kind of technical disturbance can end the trial date.
If everything was okay, the first manned vehicle would be sent in July 2019. While Boeing will not be able to test the load-free before April, its manned mission will begin in August.