SpaceX & NASA Targeting No Earlier Than Thur., March 2, 2023, For The Crew-6 Mission Launch
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SpaceX and NASA are targeting no earlier than Thursday, March 2 for Falcon 9’s launch of Dragon’s sixth operational human spaceflight mission (Crew-6) to the International Space Station from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instantaneous launch window is at 12:34 a.m. ET (5:34 UTC), with a backup opportunity available on Friday, March 3 at 12:11 a.m. ET (5:11 UTC). The Dragon spacecraft supporting this mission previously flew Demo-2, Crew-2, and Axiom Space’s Ax-1 to and from the space station. Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage will land on the Just Read the Instructions droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. During their time on the orbiting laboratory, the crew will conduct over 200 science experiments and technology demonstrations in areas such as life and physical sciences to advanced materials, technology development, in-space production applications, and even student-led research. The SpaceX webcast for the Crew-6 mission will go live about one hour before liftoff, in the video published on March 1, 2023, by SpaceX, as “Crew-6 Mission | Launch“, below:
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