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How to watch SpaceX, NASA launches Crew Dragon to the ISS this weekend



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The SpaceX Crew dragon will go to the ISS on its first test flight.


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After reviewing the space dragon SpaceX, which prevents multiple delays and the survival of flight readiness test we are finally approaching the release of capsules from this planet with the help of Falcon 9 missiles.

Space enthusiasts in the United States will have to late late to observe how unused the Demo 1

mission will take off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

NASA is scheduled to launch at 11:49 pm. PT on March 1 (2:49 AM ET on Saturday, March 2) and will broadcast live performances on NASA's television, starting at 11.00. PT on the evening of the evening.

As of Wednesday, the forecast looked good for the weekend, when meteorologists predicted an 80 percent chance of favorable weather.

Demo 1 marks a serious step forward for the NASA commercial program which includes SpaceX and Boeing, which are working on launching astronauts from the American soil.

NASA hopes to stop its dependence on the Russian ship Soyuz. He buys a Roscosmos capsule aboard after the end of the program of the spacecraft in 2011.




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While SpaceX flew Dragon cargo capsule to the International Space Station, the crew version is more and more difficult and designed to carry four astronauts.

This mission to test the Dragon's crew will carry the crew and equipment on board. The capsule will remain fixed to the ISS for about a few days before returning to Earth to land in the Atlantic for recovery.

NASA referred to initial unexplored test flights as "rehearsals for missions with astronauts on board vehicles." If Demo-1 goes well, then NASA and SpaceX will be looking to send astronauts to the dragon crew already in mid-2019.


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