NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 Launch Delayed from Nov. 3

Credit: SpaceX
Credit: SpaceX

News! After the cancellation of the NASA and SpaceX mission from October 31, 2021 to November 3, 2021, now comes another cancellation. NASA and SpaceX announced a few hours ago that the mission will be stopped by this time. The best launch date will be November 6, 2021, but it could be delayed. But nothing exactly is known. It is known, however, that NASA and SpaceX would like to launch the mission at 11:36 p.m. EDT Saturday, Nov. 6. 

The mission was canceled due to a medical problem of an astronaut that was not declared exactly by NASA and SpaceX. However, NASA and SpaceX announced in a post that it has nothing to do with Covid-19 and is a minor medical problem. They also announced that the spacecraft is in order. "The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft and the Falcon 9 rocket are in good condition and will remain at Kennedy Launch Complex 39A." - NASA. 

When the mission will depart for the ISS (International Space Station) will have on board: 

- Raja Chari (NASA astronaut, who will complete the mission) 

- Tom Marshburn (pilot) 

- Kayla Barron (mission specialist) 

- Matthias Maurer (ESA astronaut - European space agency) 

Also, this is the third rotation of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft to take off. SpaceX also presented some data on how the rocket will take off. You can see them in the images below.

Credit: SpaceX
Credit: SpaceX
Credit: SpaceX
Credit: SpaceX

We wish everyone success in taking off as soon as possible and for everyone to be healthy. 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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