China News Service, May 7th. According to a report by the Russian Satellite Network, NASA astronaut Shannon Walker compared the feelings of riding on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft and the American manned "Dragon" spacecraft. He said, No significant difference was found.

In the early morning of May 2, local time, the US SpaceX "Dragon" spacecraft carrying four astronauts successfully splashed off the coast near Florida.

  Walker said at a NASA press conference, "There is a difference, but it is not significant. The overload level of the two spacecraft is different, but it is not good or bad, just different. The return journey is also the same, the load is different, and the parachute is thrown. Different. For example, the parachuting time of the manned "Dragon" is shorter than that of the "Soyuz"."

On October 14, 2020, local time, three astronauts from Russia and the United States took the Russian "Soyuz" MS-17 manned spacecraft and launched from Kazakhstan to the International Space Station (ISS) in just 3 hours and 3 minutes. Arrived and successfully docked, setting a new record.

  Walker also pointed out that when the manned "Dragon" spacecraft splashed onto the water, the feeling was "slightly softer" than that of the Soyuz pod.

  Walker said, "There are differences, but there are many similarities."

  In 2010, Shannon Walker flew to the International Space Station on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft.

On May 2, 2021, Walker, Michael Hopkins, Victor Glowell, and the Japanese Satoshi Noguchi returned to Earth on the American manned "Dragon" spacecraft.

  According to reports, the U.S. "Space Shuttle" (Space Shuttle) can reuse the manned transportation system. It ceased operations in 2011. Subsequently, the Russian "Soyuz" spacecraft has been used to transport astronauts to the International Space Station until 2020. (SpaceX) The reusable "Dragon" spacecraft has resumed manned flights in the country. The "Dragon" spacecraft has completed two routine missions for astronauts to and from the International Space Station.

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