NASA has has selected four astrounants to go to space on November 14th 2020. The four crew astrounants are expected to conduct research in the area of Biology, Physics and Spacewalk Preps.
Among the crew is one black man by name Victor Glover who is to be the pilot. Victor J. Glover, Jr. was selected as an astronaut in 2013 while serving as a Legislative Fellow in the United States Senate.
His ealy life: Born in Pomona, California. Married to the former Dionna Odom of Berkeley, California. They have four children. His mother lives in southern California, and his father and stepmother live in Prosper, Texas.
The astrounants are expected to stay there for some period of time to conduct studies and to gather some information with videos that will be live telecastered on NASA television.
The Launch is considered as a test launch even though it is intended to gather information and do some researches.
Four of the crew Commander Michael Hopkins, Pilot Victor Glover and Mission Specialists Shannon Walker and Soichi Noguchi are in quarantine in Florida where meet earlier to do the selection of the crew conducting final mission preparations. They are scheduled for a five-and-a-half-month research mission aboard the station.
The crew is made up astrounants from different countries.