NASA postponed space ship because of silly errors

After consulting with the relevant astronauts, NASA decided that the space exploration ship, all astronauts, would have to take place on another day. Planned as a historic mission, the first all-female spacecraft to fly into space is forced to postpone the problem of lack of costumes, NASA said. The astronauts Anne C. McClain and Christina H. Koch were scheduled to walk together in space. However, currently only one suitable women’s outfit is available at the International Space Station (ISS). This is something nobody expected. Basically the task will remain unchanged. Under the old plan, on March 29, two astronauts will be out of ISS to carry out a six-hour task of installing giant lithium-ion batteries, which power the station’s research lab. Koch will join astronaut Nick Hague, while McClain made his first trip last week. After consulting with McClain and Hague, NASA decided that the space exploration ship, all female astronauts, would have to take place on another day. At first, McClain thought he could work outside of space with a large outfit. But after last Friday’s trip, she found herself suited to a more mid-sized outfit. Koch also uses costumes of the same size. Stephanie Schierholz, NASA spokesman, said there are two medium-sized outfits for astronauts. Of the two medium-sized outfits available, one cannot be used in outer space. Koch and Hague will be supported by a group of on-ground technicians, including a number of women in key positions such as director Mary Lawrence and officer Jackie Kagey. Initially, NASA leaders did not recognize the importance of the original flying squad. Only when discussing the schedule, did they realize that this was the first time a female spaceship was available. NASA said that although there is no specific plan for a future all-female spacecraft, this is increasingly possible because NASA’s astronaut gender has been diverse. McClain and Koch are two of eight people selected from more than 6,000 astronaut class candidates in 2013, with half being women. NASA also listed 38 active astronauts on its website, including 12 women. The current 6 astronaut squad is present on the ISS with three Americans, one Canadian and two Russians. NASA officials hope that relatively young American astronauts will continue to travel into space in the coming years, as well as support future recruits. Regarding the task content, the battery needs to be installed to help store the solar energy that the station needs when there is no direct light. Working time in battery systems will last for several years, at a distance of more than 320 km from Earth. Space missions that require meticulous planning, with robots have to do a lot of work before astronauts ventured into space. During busy days before flying into space, the crew will prepare cosmic suits that are of no different importance from mini spacecraft.