NASA warns space enthusiasts to not visit Space X launch, develops new ventilator tailored for COVID-19 patients
NASA is sending two astronauts into space on May 27. But, it's warning people to not come and watch the historic launch in person. Instead, it encourages people to watch the launch online. On top of that, NASA is also developing a new ventilator designed to specially help COVID-19 patients.
COMING UP, I'M GOING TO TYKE OUT RAIN CHANCES AND I'LL SHOW YOU WHEN WE HAVE THE BETTER CHANCE OF SEEING SEVERE STORMS. >>> NASA HAS A MESSAGE FOR SPACE ENTHUSIASTS, DON'T SHOW UP FOR THE ASTRONAUT LAUNCH NEXT MONTH. TWO ASTRONAUTS WILL TAKE OFF FROM THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER ON MAY 27th. THIS WILL BE SPACEX'S FIRST HUMAN LAUNCH FROM U.S. SOIL. THEY WANT YOU TO WATCH ONLINE TO MINIMIZE THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS. >>> NASA IS DEVELOPING A NEW HIGH PRESSURE VENTILATOR, DESIGNED BY THE JET PROPULSION