NASA: Crew Dragon’s first regular flight to the International Space Station no earlier than the end of September

Crew Dragon’s first regular flight to the International Space: According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reported on the 22nd local time that the first contract voyage of the manned “Dragon” spacecraft to transport four crew members to the International Space Station will not be earlier than the end of September.

The notification pointed out that “the launch will not be earlier than the end of September, and it will be necessary to wait for the successful return of American astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Benken from the International Space Station, and NASA and SpaceX’s analysis of the second demonstration flight. Later.”

This launch is the first official mission of the manned “Dragon” spacecraft after transporting two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station at the end of May. The two astronauts plan to return to Earth on August 1-2. It was previously reported that the manned “Dragon” could only begin its official mission after being certified.

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