He told reporters he said he had very fruitful talks with NASA US colleagues today, and yesterday had a long conversation with colleagues from the European Space Agency (ESA), adding that "there are joint projects and that "We agreed to act together". Only 18 percent of respondents said NASA should send humans to Mars and even fewer think astronauts should return to the moon.
Forty-seven percent say conducting basic scientific research to increase the knowledge of space is top priority, followed by developing technologies that are adaptable for various uses (41 percent), doing research on the effects of space travel on health (38 percent), and searching for materials and resources to be used on Earth (34 percent). SpaceX can take note that 65 percent prefer NASA stay involved in space exploration, while 33 percent think private companies can do the job.
American, German and Russian astronauts were on board.
The trio is set to dock with the International Space Station's Rassvet module Friday.
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On Wednesday, Bridenstine also promised to always have an astronaut in space.
Twenty-six percent of Americans have a great deal of confidence that private companies will be able to build safe and reliable spacecraft, and 23 percent don't have too much confidence, or have no confidence at all. However, a great deal of Americans surveyed in the pool tend to be skeptical about whether private companies will minimize space debris. Gerst is the only astronaut of the mission that had participated in a space mission in 2014.
Across nine specific NASA missions, the majority of participants believe the priority should be monitoring key parts of the Earth's climate system or monitoring asteroids and other objects that could hit Earth.