SpaceX Crew-1 is fueled up and ready for launch | Rocket Lab to attempt booster recovery
SpaceX will launch its Falcon 9 for the historic Crew-1 mission to send astronauts to the orbiting laboratory. The Crew Dragon capsule that will ferry the astronauts to ISS is named as “Resilience”. The nickname of the capsule is given by Cmdr. It is now fuelled up and getting ready for its launch.
SpaceX recently delivered the spacecraft to its hangar near pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center. “SpaceX’s Crew dragon spacecraft for the Crew-1 mission has arrived at NASA kennedy’s Launch Complex 39A,” NASA posted on twitter. Now the next thing is to connect the capsule to the Falcon 9 rocket. After that, the fully assembled Falcon 9 rocket can head to the launch pad. The historic crew-1 mission is scheduled to launch on November 14 at 7:49 PM EST.
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