Axiom-1 Space Station Departure, Splashdown Delayed by Weather
HOUSTON—NASA, SpaceX and Axiom Space have delayed the undocking of Axiom-1 (AX-1), the first U.S. private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS), from April 19 to April 20 at the earliest. The delay is due to predicted unfavorable weather conditions at prospective splashdown...
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