SpaceX, NASA postpone launch of Ax-1 private mission to April 8

The launch of SpaceX’s first private mission to the International Space Station has been delayed by two days and is now scheduled to take off before Friday (April 8), SpaceX and its sponsor have announced. the Axiom Space mission on Friday.

of the Ax-1 missionary four civilians, including former NASA pilot Michael López-Alegría, will fly for a 10-day mission to The space station. It is set to launch Wednesday (April 6) from Pad 39A of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida over space. SpaceX The Falcon 9 rocket. Texas-based Axiom Space, which plans to build its space stations in the future, did not give a reason for the delay, but may be due to NASA’s actual delay in a critical test of its Artemis 1 moon rocket on Pad 39B nearby. That test, which was scheduled for Sunday, it was delayed to this day (April 4) due to national security concerns, creating a ripple effect of delays.

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