SpaceX’s next astronaut mission for NASA has been pushed to November following an issue with its rocket engines
- NASA’s next mission with SpaceX will launch “no sooner than early-to-mid November,” the agency announced Saturday.
- That mission, called Crew-1, will ferry four astronauts to the International Space Station and back.
- The launch was previously slated for Halloween. The delay allows SpaceX to investigate an issue with its Falcon 9 rocket engines.
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NASA’s four-astronaut team will have to wait a little longer to visit the International Space Station. The agency announced Saturday that Crew-1, its joint mission with SpaceX, won’t take off until at least early-to-mid November.
The mission was previously scheduled for 2:40 a.m. ET on October 31. The latest delay allows SpaceX to evaluate an with its Falcon 9