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The flight of the “Crew-3” astronauts to the ISS is still delayed

One of the astronauts had a health problem. The launch is scheduled for 11:36 pm local time on Saturday (0336 GMT Sunday) from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

NASA and SpaceX postponed the launch of a rocket carrying four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) for the second time in a few days on Monday, November 1st. “Minor Health Problem” In one of the team members. The problem “Not a medical emergency, not associated with Govit-19”NASA said in a statement without giving any further details. The company added that US astronauts Raja Sari, Kayla Barron and Tom Marshburn and German astronaut Matthias Maurer will be pending at the Kennedy Space Center.

They were originally scheduled to leave early Sunday morning. But due to bad weather, the flight was already postponed to Wednesday. The launch is scheduled for 11:36 pm local time on Saturday (0336 GMT Sunday) from Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA did not specify which of the astronauts suffered from this health problem. This mission, called Crew-3, is the third regular manned mission by SpaceX on behalf of the US space agency. After the space shuttle was shut down in 2011, Elon Musk’s company allowed NASA to restart flights from U.S. soil.

The astronauts are expected to spend about six months in orbit and conduct several experiments at this flying laboratory. They are set to replace four Crew-2 astronauts, including Frenchman Thomas Basket, who has been on the ISS since April. The return of Crew-2 to Earth is usually planned “Beginning of November” But NASA explained Monday “Continue estimating dates” Do not exclude possibility and a “Indirect Purchase” Not directly between the two groups.

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