NASA will send the spacecraft to the most expensive asteroid capable of paying Rs 10,000 crore

NASA will send the spacecraft to the most expensive asteroid capable of paying Rs 10,000 crore
NASA to send spacecraft to most expensive asteroid: The US space agency NASA is going to send a vehicle to such an asteroid that could fetch tens of billions of rupees per person on Earth. SpaceX will help NASA send a vehicle to the asteroid. For this mission, SpaceX will deliver its Falcon heavy rocket to the US space agency. This asteroid is called 16 Psych (16 Psyche). The US space agency, NASA, will launch the Psychic Asteroid Explorer mission on August 1, 2022.

Prior to this, the SpaceX launches the Falcon Heavy Rocket in June. The Falcon heavy rocket will be launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in June, launching the USSF’s USSF-44 mission from launch pad 39A. This rocket from NASA will deploy two payloads in geosynchronous orbit. One of these is the US Army’s Tetra-1 microsatellite, and no information has been provided about the other.

The Psyche spacecraft is almost ready to launch from SpaceX’s Falcon heavy rocket. It was not immediately clear from which rocket the spacecraft would be launched. After entering information into NASA’s launch schedule, it became clear that the mission would be launched from a Falcon heavy rocket.

The asteroid is made of iron, nickel and silica, which can make every single person on earth own tens of billions of dollars. If the metals contained in the asteroid were sold, each person could own billions.

The spacecraft’s science and engineering system has been developed by NASA. The US government has also given the green light to the mission. NASA says the total value of iron on the 16 psychic asteroids is about 10,000 quadrillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds). This means that every person on earth will own 10,000 crores.

The asteroid is 226 km wide and will be studied by NASA’s Psychic spacecraft. The critical design phase of the spacecraft has been completed. The spacecraft will have a solar-electric propulsion system, three science instruments, electronics and a power subsystem. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory will monitor the spacecraft.

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