Elon Musk, the CEO of US spacecraft manufacturer SpaceX, described Russia's rocket engineering as lad perfect, and praised Russia's rocket engines.
is his passion for space. Musk, who is committed to say that he is likely to end his life on Mars, is also closely following the works of space in the world. The reusable version of the new Angara rockets would be great..
SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule Will Stay at the International Space Station for 5 Days
Musk wrote this tweet in response to an article published in Ars Technica. The article was about Russia's recent Crew Dragon flight and the vehicle's response to the International Space Station.
The SpaceX CEO had previously commented on Russia's RD-180 liquid-fuel rocket engine. This rocket was used to power the United States Atlas V rocket in the first stage.
Crew Dragon's unmanned mission began recently. The vehicle was connected to the international Space Station.
Russian Cosmonauts Repair the Mysterious Hole in Soyuz Module with Knives in Their Hand (Video)
The rockets in the Angara family are the first Russian rockets to emerge from the lower orbit since the collapse of the Soviet Union. These eco-friendly rockets can carry between 2 and 40 tons of cargo. In August 2018, Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos, said the third Angara rocket would be launched this year.