NASA Space Station Crew Launch Rescheduled

Crew 5
Crew-5 Dragon will carry Roscosmos' Anna Kikina, JAXA's Koichi Wakata, and NASA's Nicole Mann and Josh Casada.
Credit: SpaceX/NASA
CAPE CANAVERAL—The planned launch of SpaceX’s NASA-contracted Crew-5 mission with four new International Space Station (ISS) crew members has moved from Sept. 29 to no earlier than Oct. 3. The change is to better accommodate the timing of upcoming operations aboard the seven-person, 15-nation...

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