NASA postpones the return of the Dragon spacecraft to Earth again

NASA announced that it has decided to postpone the date of the return of the Crew Dragon spacecraft to Earth due to bad weather conditions in the landing area of ​​the vehicle.

Last Thursday, the agency indicated in a tweet on its Twitter page that it and SpaceX decided to postpone the date of the vehicle’s separation from the station and its return to Earth due to bad weather conditions in the area where the vehicle must land.

NASA launched the Crew Dragon spacecraft with the crew of the Crew-4 mission to the International Space Station on April 27 from Cape Canaveral Space Base in Florida, and the spacecraft docked with the station the next day.

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