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Details of the Crew-6 mission on the liftoff from the ISS

NASA’s next four-person mission to the International Space Station is now set to explode into the sky on Monday.

Crew-6’s launch was originally scheduled from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for Sunday, but NASA and SpaceX decided to push the liftoff back 24 hours to allow time for additional checks and balances.

The flight is the sixth crew rotation mission with Elon Musk’s space company to the station, and the seventh flight for SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavor with people under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.

Dragon Endeavor will be launched by its Falcon 9 rocket, a two-stage rocket used to ferry the satellites and spacecraft into orbit.

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Here’s what we know about the planned launch:

Crew members

  • Stephen Bowen, NASA Astronaut
  • NASA Astronaut Warren “Woody” Hoburg
  • United Arab Emirates astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi
  • Roscosmos cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev
Crew-6 was originally scheduled to launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for Feb. 26, 2023, but NASA and SpaceX decided to push liftoff back 24 hours to allow time for additional checks and balances.

Pre-launch schedule, launch time, backup launch time

  • February 24: The four crew members participated in a rehearsal of the day of the launch of the countdown.
  • February 26: NASA will feature blog coverage of launch day activities and a live launch broadcast on NASA TV or the agency’s website at 9 p.m. ET.
  • February 27: Crew-6 is scheduled to take off at 1:45 a.m. ET.
  • February 28: A backup launch is scheduled for 1:22 a.m. ET.

USA Today

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