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Technology Tom Cruise: why NASA absolutely wants to help it spin in space

16:15  31 may  2020
16:15  31 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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NASA and Tom Cruise have had discussions about shooting a film at the International Space Station, NASA ’s administrator, Jim Bridenstine, said on Tuesday. Even before its completion, the company is selling million tickets on the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft to tourists wanting to visit the more

Tom Cruise is hoping to blast into the Hollywood record books by shooting the first action movie in space . Nasa is working with Cruise to film aboard The report also said Cruise , 57, is also working with Elon Musk's SpaceX, which will transport two US astronauts to the ISS for Nasa later this month.

Tom Cruise : pourquoi la NASA veut absolument l’aider à tourner dans l’espace © Douliery Olivier / ABACA Tom Cruise: why NASA absolutely wants to help it spin in space Jim Bridenstine, administrator of NASA , spoke of Tom Cruise and Elon Musk's plan to shoot a film in space, assuring that the space agency would do "everything possible" to help them.

A historic moment. Saturday May 30, astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken flew to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the Falcon-9 rocket. First rocket created by a private company, SpaceX, a company led by Elon Musk, and first rocket to take off from American soil, from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The Crew Dragont module is scheduled to dock at the ISS, where the astronauts will stay for four months, Sunday May 31 at 4:27 p.m. (French time), after a successful takeoff, despite uncertain weather conditions. Climatic conditions which postponed takeoff, originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 27. On this occasion, NASA administrator (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Jim Bridenstine had discussed the plan of Tom Cruise and Elon Musk to shoot a film in space. In early May, the Deadline site announced indeed the new project of the actor for whom nothing is impossible : to turn aboard the ISS. A project - which director Doug Liman has joined - that Tom Cruise is preparing with space billionaire Elon Musk, therefore. But also with the help of NASA. The American space agency indeed supports this impossible mission which, it hopes, will be able " to inspire a new generation of explorers " .

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NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space station. Not to mention that by the time they actually get Cruise up there, film, edit, and release it , it could be close to The lunar program is going to have re-usable vehicles. Lunar landers, tugs to help the landers to and from the gateway/low lunar

Now actor Tom Cruise is joining SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and NASA to make the first feature film in space . Where space itself is the special effect. While putting a movie star in orbit may help NASA , it also fits the current "If you decide you want to move a foot to the left, you start moving to the left

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People are just telling me about Tom Cruise now," Jim Bridenstine told Elon Musk on Wednesday May 27. , during the live broadcast of the aborted launch of Falcon-9. And to add: " We will love that Tom Cruise flies to the international space station to make an film there. I'm absolutely up for it. We will do our best to make it happen. If NASA is so involved in the Tom Cruise and Elon Musk project, it is because it could inspire many young people to be interested in space and its conquest. "If we can get Tom Cruise to inspire a child to join the navy and become a pilot, why can't we do the same to inspire the next Elon Musk?" Asked Jim Bridenstine, referring to in the cult film Top Gun, in which Tom Cruise camps an airplane pilot. "We need that, we need a new generation full of Elon Musk. And who better than Tom Cruise to carry out this educational mission?

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- SpaceX (@SpaceX) May 30, 2020

SpaceX will try to launch its first manned flight this Saturday .
© Copyright 2020, The Observations SpaceX will attempt on Saturday May 30 to launch two NASA astronauts into space, after an attempt stopped at the last minute Wednesday for fear lightning . The mission is crucial: the first manned flight leaving the United States in nine years, and the first entrusted to a private company. Nasa and SpaceX boss Elon Musk confirmed on Saturday morning that the weather, although uncertain, would not stop preparations for a 3:22 p.m. (7:22 p.m.

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