Kansas City, Missouri 2021-05-01 11:48:44 –
NASA and SpaceX Late again Return of four astronauts to Earth.
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission by astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and Soichi Noguchi will land in the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast “by about 2:57 am on Sunday, May 2”. intend to do something.
Update: NASA @SpaceX The Crew 1 mission is currently targeted to return to Earth by Sunday, May 2nd, 2:57 am EST (06:57 EST).
— NASA (@NASA) April 30, 2021
According to NASA, the Crew Dragon spacecraft, named Resilience, will undock from the International Space Station at 8:35 pm on Saturday, May 1, and will begin its return trip.
NASA and SpaceX have stated that they have decided to undock Crew 1 and move the splashdown from Friday and Saturday after reviewing the predicted weather conditions for the splashdown zone where the wind speed was predicted to exceed the return criteria.
NASA predicts that it will predict ideal conditions for both weekend splashdowns and recovery.
According to NASA, this will be the first night’s splashdown of a US manned spacecraft since Apollo 8 returned to the Pacific Ocean on December 27, 1968.
Crew 1 was originally scheduled to return on Wednesday, but due to bad weather in the Gulf, the plan was cancelled.
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