SpaceX postpones NASA's Crew-8 launch to March 2 due to bad weather

SpaceX has postponed the launch of NASA's first astronaut of 2024 to no later than Saturday (March 2) due to marine weather concerns near the mission's launch site in Florida.

SpaceX's four-astronaut mission, called Crew-8, will lift off aboard a Falcon 9 rocket no later than Saturday night at 11:16 p.m. EDT (0416 March 3 GMT) from Kennedy Space Center's Pad 39A. For the US Space Agency. At Cape Canaveral. It is the latest launch timeline slip, which has a launch date set for February 22nd.

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