The wait of 9 years will end, Nicole Aunapu Mann will become the first woman of American origin to go to space

California native Nicole Aunapu Mann is a science graduate in mechanical engineering. Apart from this, he is a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

Nicole Aunapu Mann to become the first American-born woman to go into space

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NASA Key Astronaut Nicole Aunapu Mann After waiting 9 years spaceready to go in. With this, she will become the first American-born woman to go into space. If everything goes according to the schedule, she will take NASA’s Crew-5 mission to the International Space Station on October 5 and with this her 9-year wait to go to space will end. Crew 5 will be his first space flight.

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Nicole Aunapu Mann was selected by NASA in June 2013. She is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station as the commander of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 mission in the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft. California native Nicole Aunapu Mann is a science graduate in mechanical engineering. Apart from this, he is a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Nicole Aunapu Mann is a colonel in the US Marine Corps and serves as a test pilot for the F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet.

Mission will be launched from here on October 5

Nicole Mann will be the first indigenous NASA woman to go into space. He is registered with Velaki of Round Valley Indian Tribes. He led the Astronaut Corps in the development of the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System and the Exploration Ground System for missions to the Moon.

Let us tell you that on October 5, NASA’s Crew 5 mission will launch from Launch Complex 39A of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Mann is now set to create history, following in the footsteps of John Harrington, the first American Indian to travel to space in 2002. Harrington was the first Native American man to fly into space.