After seeing SpaceX's Crew Dragon observationand survive Finally, we are in close look With the help of a Falcon 9 rocket.
US space enthusiasts will have to arrive late, uncrewed Mission Demo-1 mission to reach Space Kennedy Space Center (Florida).
NASA launches 11:49 p.m. PT Friday, March 1 (2:49 a.m. ET Saturday, March 2) and procedures will be sent directly to NASA on TV, at 11:00 p.m. PT Friday afternoon.
On Wednesday, the forecasts were adjusted for the weekend with weather forecasters forecasting 80% forecasts.
Demo-1 will mark a significant step in NASAWe are working to launch SpaceX and Boeing United States Earth Astronauts.
NASA hopes to join the Soyuz nuclear space in Russia. Roscosmos capsules have been purchased since the end of the 2011 space shuttle program.
While SpaceX has made the Dragon Cargo Capsule an international space station, the crew's version is longer and heavier, and astronauts have been designed to support four astronauts.
It will carry the Crew Dragon missions mission crew and equipment. The capsule will continue to bind ISS within five days to recover it again in the Atlantic land.
NASA referred to "non-test flights" as "missions test for astronauts on vehicles". If Demo-1 is successful, NASA and SpaceX should send astronauts to the Crew Dragon until mid-2019.