SpaceX Crew-6 launch date postponed

SpaceX Crew-6 launch date postponed

RELATED VIDEO ABOVE: Crew-6 astronauts arrive at Kennedy Space Center ahead of launch weekend. NASA and SpaceX’s Crew-6 mission is set to launch to the International Space Station later this week. The launch has been postponed to Monday, February 27. 1:45 a.m., mission leaders said in an update Tuesday evening. They said the delay is because there is still work to be done on the Dragon capsule. The planned roll out of the vehicle into the pad is still ‘go’ for Wednesday. Leaders say there is still a lot of additional work to be done but the focus is on safety. Top headlines: 85-year-old Florida woman dragged into water, killed by 10-foot gator while walking her dog Central Florida beaches covered in record seaweed this year Map shows Brightline stations: Target date set for grand opening in Orlando

Related video above: Crew-6 astronauts arrive at Kennedy Space Center ahead of launch weekend

NASA and SpaceX’s Crew-6 mission is slated to launch to the International Space Station later this week.

Launch Monday, Feb. 27, has been pushed back to 1:45 a.m., mission leaders said in an update Tuesday evening.

They said the delay is because there is still work to be done on the Dragon capsule.

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The planned roll out of the vehicle into the pad is still ‘go’ for Wednesday.

Leaders say there is still a lot of additional work to be done but the focus is on safety.

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