Questions tagged [crewed-spaceflight]

Crewed spaceflight (also referred to as human spaceflight or manned spaceflight) is space travel with a crew aboard the spacecraft. When a spacecraft is crewed, it can be operated directly, as opposed to being remotely operated or autonomous.

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Is it possible to design a completely fail-safe rocket? [closed]

Is it possible to design a rocket, such that if anything goes wrong, the crew and people on the ground will always be in no harm, or are there certain limitations that we will never be able to ...
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Solutions for transporting water to space

If water is the cheapest, and most usable radiation shield material for human space travel, how do we get large amounts of it to orbit?
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Has every passenger been an astronaut? Will they be in the future?

There have been a number of paying passengers on orbital missions in the past, and it is likely there will be many, many more in the future, and not only on orbital missions. I'm thinking that ...
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Looking for figures for contemporary interstellar engine options

So I have already done... a lot of reading on this subject lately. A lot. You wouldn't believe. My maths is... functional, probably far above 'average', but when it gets into the realms of the 'rocket ...
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What will the new rules, guideliness, and safety measure be for the ISS after NASA kicks out Soyuz?

Will US Policy be that there should be two Boeing CST-100 Starliner or SpaceX Dragon V2 craft attached to ISS at all times for the American segment of the station? Will Soyuz continue to be used?