Virgin Galactic will delay the Unity 23 mission

Credit: Virgin Galactic
Credit: Virgin Galactic

Breaking news! Virgin Galactic will cancel the possible Unity 23 mission by mid-October. This happens after a third party working with Virgin Galactic reported a problem with these missions, so it will enter the repair phase and will be delayed.

At this moment, a short time ago, Virgin Galactic claimed that it is in contact with the Italian Air Forces and collaborates with them to solve the problem, it also announced that after the inspection, the date of mid-October may be from newly postponed and to be chosen a later date, but these will be set later along the way.

Michael Colglazier, Chief Executive Officer of Virgin Galactic, said: "We have a robust pre-flight readiness approach that is rooted in our thorough, proactive and safety-first culture. There is nothing more important to us than the integrity of our vehicles. Our test flight processes and procedures are rigorous and structured to identify and resolve these types of issues. We look forward to taking to the skies again soon. "

Virgin Galactic's ship, an aerospace company founded by Richard Branson, was supposed to make a suborbital flight in the next few days / weeks, but as we said above, this mission was canceled for safety reasons. So far, we have so much information, we might add more along the way, so subscribe below to be notified.

We wish success to Virgin Galactic to be able to finally complete the mission and to all the cooperators and those who work for this project, success!

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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