The launch of the fourth manned spacecraft of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft scheduled for this Sunday has been postponed again. The capsule is scheduled to take off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on November 6 and connect to the International Space Station. The launch has already been postponed from October 31 to November 3 due to bad weather.
Again, the release of Crew-3 was postponed, this time due to a minor medical problem with one of the team members.
In the tasks assignedWhen they stay We can cite, for example, scientific experiments aimed at growing or producing plants in space Micro gravity. From a more technical point of view, a team of three men and a woman will go into space to upgrade the station’s solar panels.
A launch to continue on NASA’s YouTube channel
Broadcast departure from film crew Available on the (ISS) channel From the US space agency. The exact take-off schedule, originally scheduled for Sunday, October 31, at 4:00 a.m., and then set for Saturday, November 6, at 6:10 a.m., has not yet been announced. Be patient, The Strengthened its media coverage by airing a trailer in preparation for release.
The NASA SpaceX Crew-3 mission release trailer is set to continue on October 31st. © NASA
The Crew-3 mission is the result of a multi-billion dollar partnership between the companiesAnd the United States Space Agency to ensure the capability of the United States to operate space aircraft.
Don’t miss the Crew-3 astronaut launch this Halloween Sunday!
After several schedule changes, NASA and SpaceX have finally agreed on a launch date for the spacecraft’s fourth human spacecraft.From SpaceX: The crew will depart from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on October 31 at 2:21 AM (8:21 KST) local time.
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It is the spacecraft ‘s fourth manned aircraft , And the third (ISS): This October 31st SpaceX Crew-3 will ensure the rotation of crews living on the ISS at 02:21 local time (Paris time 08:21). Four astronauts will be on board: Raja Sari (USA), who will serve as commander, was selected in 2020 as part of the Artemis team; Thomas Marshburn (United States), pilot, already experienced in two space missions; Kayla Baron (United States), an early training submarine, who will serve as mission specialist; And Matthias Maurer (Germany), astronaut , Even the task specialist. Four team members will stay at the Micro Gravity Laboratory Six months, and will work under command , Accepted his new functions on October 4th.
A docking with the ISS 22 hours after launch
The Crew Dragon Capsule, comprising four astronauts, will be launched on October 31 Partially reusable, developed by SpaceX. About ten minutes after launch, the capsule separates from it . Work to connect the spacecraft to the International Space Station is scheduled for the 1stThere is November at 12:51 pm local time (6:51 am KST), more than 22 hours after launch.
Aired on Saturday, October 30, starting at 10pm local time, with a series of airlog, docking, opening and reception ceremonies. Meanwhile, the American Space Agency is organizing various conferences, where journalists and scientists have the opportunity to ask questions about the various stages of the voyage and the scientific tasks assigned to them during the astronauts’ long stay in orbit.