Original title: NASA: Spacex CREW-4 manned space mission is expected to be held on April 23
IT House April 16 news, with the completion of the No. 1 mission, NASA has also begun to prepare the CREW-4 task. NASA CREW-4 launch tasks were originally scheduled on April 20, and NASA now also said that it will not be launched at 17:26 Beijing time on April 23, and there is no big problem in the flight preparation.
"Now, everything looks good, we have a clear road to welcome the launch opportunities on April 23," SpaceX Flight Reliability Director Jared Metter said. At that time, Spacex will launch a dragon spaceship from KSC's pad 39a through the Falcon 9 Rockets.
Astronauts participating in this flight task have NASA Astronauts Shel Lun Glen, Bob - Heinns and Jessica Waterkins, and EASA Astronaut Samasha-Christopher, them It is preparing for the next international space station.
The IT House has reported that AX-1 has been launched from the NASA Kennedy Space Center (KSC) located in Florida last Friday, and has now reached the space station. Like CREW-4, it is also a Falcon 9 Rocket and Dragon Dragon spacecraft using SpaceX, and the four people will reside in 8 days and complete some experiments.
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