The U.S. space force ushers in the first astronaut to be officially listed on the international space station

According to the US military website on November 2, the U.S. space force will welcome its first astronaut, and an astronaut from NASA will be officially transferred to the US space force on the international space station later this month. According to the report, a U.S. military official has revealed that astronaut Colonel Michael hopper Hopkins, who belongs to the U.S. air force, will become the new officer of the U.S. space force. American media “Space News” first reported the news, and said that Colonel Hopkins will take SpaceX company’s “dragon” spacecraft into space. < / P > < p > the U.S. space officer also said the space force would “use this unique ceremonial venue to highlight decades of partnership between the U.S. Department of defense and NASA.” “For more than 60 years, members of the U.S. Army, Navy, air force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard have helped fill the vacancy in the crew of astronauts,” he said. As the newest service, the US space force is also looking forward to making contributions. ” According to NASA’s personal history, Hopkins joined the U.S. Air Force in 1992 and was assigned to Cortland Air Force Base in New Mexico. He also served as a test pilot for C-17 and C-130 transport aircraft in 418 flight test squadron at Edwards Air Force Base in California. In 2008, Hopkins was selected as the special assistant to the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff of the Marine Corps, and began to be a trainee in the 20th NASA astronaut course the following year. In 2011, he completed a systematic training program for astronauts; two years later, he took a spaceship from Baikonur space launch site in Kazakhstan to the international space station. In this mission, he completed two spacewalks. Counterpoint announced top 5 best selling models: domestic iPhone 11 tops the list