NASA plans its next launch with a crew in mid-November


NASA says it is making progress towards further launching astronauts from the space shore, but the target from early November has now moved to mid-November. Mission managers fear that there could be a problem with the SpaceX rocket engines that will be used to launch. The four astronauts continue training to launch, which slips into the future each time they approach. Not so long ago, their SpaceX Falcon-9 was expected to launch in August, but now, after a few delays, it won’t happen until mid-November. Right now, concerns are about the suspension of the launch of another SpaceX rocket earlier this month. The SpaceX rocket has nine engines at the base. One of these engines behaved a little strangely. It was difficult for engineers to figure out what was wrong. This week, however, NASA’s space travel chief reports via Twitter that engine tests look good and astronauts may be nearing launch. It must be launched on November 10 to launch another Falcon-9 model with a newly tested and replaced engine. Only after launching and analyzing this mission will NASA commit to launch its four crew members. Earlier this month, NASA said it hoped for early November, but even mid-November looks a little optimistic at a time when everything is being said and done. It will be the first time that SpaceX has launched four astronauts, and for the first time, the company will take part in a full-day trip to the space station lasting up to six months.

NASA says it is making progress towards further launching astronauts from the space shore, but the target from early November has now moved to mid-November.

Mission managers fear that there could be a problem with the SpaceX rocket engines that will be used to launch.

The four astronauts continue training to launch, which slips into the future each time they approach.

Not so long ago, their SpaceX Falcon-9 was expected to launch in August, but now, after a few delays, it won’t happen until mid-November.

Right now, concerns are about the suspension of the launch of another SpaceX rocket earlier this month.

The SpaceX rocket has nine engines at the base. One of these engines behaved a little strangely. It was difficult for engineers to figure out what was wrong.

This week, however, NASA’s space travel chief reports via Twitter that engine tests look good and astronauts may be nearing launch.

It must be launched on November 10 to launch another Falcon-9 model with a newly tested and replaced engine. Only after launching and analyzing this mission will NASA commit to launch its four crew members.

Earlier this month, NASA said it hoped for early November, but even mid-November looks a little optimistic at a time when everything is being said and done.

It will be the first time that SpaceX has launched four astronauts, and for the first time, the company will take part in a full-day trip to the space station lasting up to six months.


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