You’ll have to wait a little longer to see SpaceX’s third crude NASA mission. NASA has Delayed Launch of Crew-3 from early Halloween to 1:10 AM on 3rd November East. The agency identified the hazard for “unfavorable” weather. While officials are predicting an 80 percent chance of good weather for the new date, it probably won’t be too late. On launch live overage NASA channel It will start at 8:45 pm on November 2nd.
Crew-3 will bring NASA astronauts King Chari (Mission Commander), Tom Marshburn and Kayla Baron to the International Space Station, along with ESA’s Matthias Maurer. They are expected to dock at 11PM Eastern on the night of November 3rd and will last until the end of April 2022.
Crude SpaceX flights are still relatively rare. Crew-1 Launched in November 2020, when Crew-2 did not stop Until April 2021. Crew-3 and most recently All-Civilian Inspiration 4 missions A step towards making these occupied flights relatively routine – ideally, they will soon be as unusual as other SpaceX flights.
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