NASA will closely monitor tropical storms to adjust the return plan of the manned dragon spacecraft

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 NASA will closely monitor tropical storms to adjust the return plan of the manned dragon spacecraft


The team will continue to closely monitor tropical storm Isaias and assess its impact on weather around the Florida Peninsula, including potential splash sites in the Gulf of Mexico and the states Atlantic coast. NASA said. NASA and SpaceX will make a decision on the main splash target about six hours before undocking the docking on Saturday. At present, despite the weather problems, the departure is still on schedule, but as usual, these things can change quickly. If the departure time had to be delayed from August 1, NASA would probably quickly choose a new return date. SpaceXs manned dragon spacecraft will not be certified by NASA until it completes its final mission, which is to return humans safely to earth. Once it gets this certification, NASA can start using the manned dragon spacecraft for routine missions. Apple shares soared 10% on Friday! The market value surpasses Saudi Aramco trump or forces tiktok to sell itself. It is said that Microsoft is negotiating to acquire Beidou No.3 system. What will Beidou industry bring? Source of this paper: cnBeta.COM Editor in charge: Ding Guangsheng_ NT1941

The team will continue to closely monitor tropical storm Isaias and assess its impact on weather around the Florida Peninsula, including potential splash sites in the Gulf of Mexico and the states Atlantic coast. NASA said. NASA and SpaceX will make a decision on the main splash target about six hours before undocking the docking on Saturday.

At present, despite the weather problems, the departure is still on schedule, but as usual, these things can change quickly. If the departure time had to be delayed from August 1, NASA would probably quickly choose a new return date. SpaceXs manned dragon spacecraft will not be certified by NASA until it completes its final mission, which is to return humans safely to earth. Once it gets this certification, NASA can start using the manned dragon spacecraft for routine missions.