Tom Cruise gets October 2021 for NASA / SpaceX's ISS voyage

He is known’ for taking risks as the star of Mission: Impossible movies.

Tom Cruise gets October 2021 for NASA / SpaceX's ISS voyage

And now Tom Cruise has confirmed what his perhaps the bravest mission is.

According to the space shuttle Almanac, the 58-year-old Hollywood star looks set to board the International Space Station's own schedule, the Space X Crew Dragon Capsule, in October 2021.

As first reported by on Tuesday, the space shuttle Al-Almanac tweeted a graph of upcoming planned launches, complete with crew statements.

On the first tourist trip, in the schedule note, will be Cruz and director Doug Lyman, 55.

NASA and space shuttle veteran Michael Lopez Alegria will be the pilot of the trip, and there is a place for tourists in a magnificent dragon on February 4.

Earlier this year, it was announced’ that Cruz and Lyman had teamed up with SpaceX founder Elon Musk and NASA to make a film on ISS.

Back in May, NASA Administrator Jim Burden Stein tweeted: 'NASA is excited to be working with Tom Cruise in a movie aboard the Space_T station!'

"We need popular media to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists to make NASA's ambitious plans a reality," he explained.

Nothing is known’ about Cruz's plans to shoot into space, except that he believes that Lehman wrote a draft screenplay for the project.

It is also reported that Cruise's Mission: Impossible Fellow Christopher McCurry is also in the film.

Cruz and Lemon starred together in the films American Made, released in 2017, and Age of Tomorrow, 2014.

Cruz has never hesitated to take up bold challenges for his films and he is known’ for his detailed preparations and bold stunts.

In 2016, the actor broke his ankle while performing a roof-to-ceiling jump on the London-based set of Mission: Impossible - Consequences.

He also famously hung himself on a plane when the jet-set off for a scene in 2015's Mission: Impossible - Wicked Nation and in 2011's Impossible - Ghost Protocol on the skyscraper Buri Khalifa in Dubai. had gone.

On May 30, the public-private partnership between NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX took a huge leap when the crew aboard the Falcon 9 rocket was launched’ from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken launched the first International Space Station spacecraft from the United States in 2011 after the last flight of NASA's space shuttle fleet.

The mission was a complete success with the astronauts returning safely to Earth on August 2.


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