SpaceX’s Crew-1 astronaut mission for NASA: live updates


NASA, SpaceX Review Crew-1 Flight Readiness

SpaceX's Crew-1 Crew Dragon spacecraft will launch the first operational business group aircraft for NASA on November 14, 2020.

(Image credit: SpaceX)

NASA and the SpaceX mission managers are conducting a one-day aircraft readiness review today (Nov. 9) to decide SpaceX’s next crew dragon to carry astronauts.

The study is taking place at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, where the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is preparing to launch the Crew-1 mission to NASA’s space station. NASA officials said: Said in a statement.

Kathy Luders, NASA’s chief astronaut, presides over today’s meeting. Hans Kனniksmann, ViceX’s Vice President for Configuration and Aircraft Reliability, is the best SpaceX representative.

NASA is holding a press conference today to discuss the results of today’s flight readiness review. The event should begin one hour after the meeting.

Meanwhile, the Crew-1 astronauts will answer questions from the media at 1:15 pm EST (1815 GMT). You can watch it live here.

Crew-1 astronauts arrive at the launch site

Four astronauts on SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission to NASA They have arrived at their Kennedy Space Center launch site For their scheduled visit to the International Space Station on November 14th.

NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Clover, Shannon Walker and Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Sochi Nokuchi are coming from Cape Canaveral, Florida to touch the shuttle landing facility at KSC. The elevator is set for Saturday night at 7:49 EST (2249 GMT).

Hopkins will command the Crew-1 mission, which will be sent to the station on the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft and the Falcon 9 rocket. The Crew-1 astronauts named their spacecraft a setback for the aircraft.

“On behalf of the Return Team, on behalf of our families, we would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who has worked tirelessly for SpaceX, NASA, (the Department of Defense). Take us to this point. This is an incredible effort by a team that is truly incredible.” Hopkins said in a statement. “As for the crew: we’re ready.”

A team visit event for NASA’s SpaceX Crew – 1 mission took place on November 8, 2020 at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA astronaut Shannon Walker, mission specialist from left; NASA astronaut Victor Clover, pilot; Junichi Sakai, Manager, International Space Station Project, Jaxa; NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein; NASA Deputy Executive Jim Mohard; Bob Cabana, Director, Kennedy Space Center; NASA astronaut Michael Hopkins, space commander; And Jaxa astronaut Sochi Nokucci, mission specialist. (Image credit: NASA / Kim Schifflet)

On Monday (Nov. 9), NASA and SpaceX mission managers will hold an aircraft readiness review meeting at the Kennedy Space Center. NASA will hold a press conference an hour after the meeting to update the public on the release.

NASA’s Virtual Group Media Engagement Webcast can be joined on Monday EST (1815 GMT) via NASA TV. You can watch that live online here And through And NASA’s YouTube Channel.

SpaceX, NASA November 14 target for Crew-1 launch

SpaceX’s Crew-1 astronauts (from left: NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Clover and Michael Hopkins and Jaxa astronaut Sochi Nokuchi) stand in front of SpaceX’s headquarters in Hawthorne, California, “behind the crew dragon capsule. (Image credit: SpaceX)

SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission to the International Space Station It is now scheduled to launch on Saturday, November 14th, EST at 7:49 pm (0049 GMT on November 15), NASA announced Monday (Oct. 26).

The Crew-1, originally scheduled to launch on August 30, suffered several delays in landing. NASA first cited logistics and technical issues in late September, then October 23, then October 31, and finally until mid-November. Newly announced target date companies up to that timeline.

NASA also announced it Will hold a press conference on Wednesday, Oct. 28th, EDT (2000 GMT) at 4pm to discuss the upcoming launch site, including the results of the latest tests of the Falcon 9 Merlin engines following SpaceX specific unexpected data during the latest non-NASA launch, the company said in a statement. you can Check it out directly on, Courtesy of NASA TV, or directly through the agency Website.

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