NASA Delayed Mission Of SpaceX CREW-1
NASA has been delayed the launch of the SpaceX Crew-1 mission till early- to mid-November, the agency declared Saturday. The mission finally will bring three NASA astronauts and an astronaut from Japan’s JAXA space agency to the International Space Station.
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Kathy Lueders Tweet on 10 October on its official Twitter account. We’re now targeting NET early-to-mid November for the launch of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission to the Space_Station. The extra time will allow SpaceX to resolve an unexpected observation during a recent non-NASA launch attempt.
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Originally scheduled for October 31st, the planned six-month mission was delayed to allow time to resolve issues with the first-stage engine gas generators on the Falcon 9 rocket, NASA said in a statement. When it does launch, American astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, and Shannon Walker, plus Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi will be aboard SpaceX’s first operational crewed mission to the ISS.