Sunita Williams for the third time today Will fly to space

New Delhi. Indian-origin astronaut Captain Sunita William is ready to fly in space for the third time. This time she will go to space aboard a new spacecraft, Boeing Starliner. She will take off from America's Kennedy Space Center on the morning of May 7. This flight will take place around 8:30 am Indian time.
Williams, who likes to eat samosas in space, says she is a little nervous, but she has no worries about flying in the new spacecraft. During training on the launch pad, Williams said, 'When I reach the International Space Station, it will be like a homecoming.'
When has Sunita gone to space?
59-year-old Williams, born to Dr. Deepak Pandya and Bonnie Pandya, will create history by becoming the first woman to fly on the first mission of a new spacecraft. Williams is a Navy pilot. Before this, she had flown in space in 2006 and 2012. According to NASA data, Sunita has spent a total of 322 days in space.