Spacex teams return home after six months postponed due to strong wind


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Its capsule fell into the Gulf of Mexico on Monday morning, but SpaceX has postponed the crew’s itinerary to return to Earth after six months until Monday afternoon for safety reasons.

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The strong wind blowing off the coast of Florida has forced SpaceX to postpone the return of four of its crew from the space station to Earth.

Astronauts from the US, France and Japan were due to leave the International Space Station on Sunday. Its capsule fell into the Gulf of Mexico on Monday morning, but SpaceX has postponed the crew’s itinerary to return to Earth after six months until Monday afternoon for safety reasons.

SpaceX, on the other hand, is targeting a flight Wednesday night to send in a new crew as a replacement for the returning crew. The flight is already delayed rather than scheduled due to bad weather and an unknown member’s medical issue.

The SpaceX capsule has been considered safe for up to 210 days in space, which is now 200 days there. In such a situation, instead of sending the replacement team first, it has been decided to bring the crew back from there.

The journey for the returning crew will now be eight hours, which is less than half the time compared to before. The problem arose in front of the astronauts due to the failure of the toilet of the SpaceX rocket that arrived at the International Space Station. But the astronauts have broken it, now they will wear diapers while returning to Earth.

NASA astronaut Megan MacArthur spoke about this dangerous situation. He said he will take care of everything, even if the toilet breaks. This SpaceX capsule can stay up to 210 days in space, of which 200 days have already passed.

The Russian movie was shot in space.
The astronauts conducted a series of spacewalks to upgrade the station’s electrical grid, he said. A Russian rocket docked at the International Space Station then inadvertently fired its engine after it left its designated orbit. Which was recovered after a lot of work. Not only this, the Russian film director also shot a movie during this period.

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The strong wind blowing off the coast of Florida has forced SpaceX to postpone the return of four of its crew from the space station to Earth.

Astronauts from the US, France and Japan were due to leave the International Space Station on Sunday. Its capsule fell into the Gulf of Mexico on Monday morning, but SpaceX has postponed the crew’s itinerary to return to Earth after six months until Monday afternoon for safety reasons.

SpaceX, on the other hand, is targeting a flight Wednesday night to send in a new crew as a replacement for the returning crew. The flight is already delayed rather than scheduled due to bad weather and an unknown member’s medical issue.

The SpaceX capsule has been considered safe for up to 210 days in space, which is now 200 days there. In such a situation, instead of sending the replacement team first, it has been decided to bring the crew back from there.

The journey for the returning crew will now be eight hours, which is less than half the time compared to before. The problem arose in front of the astronauts due to the failure of the toilet of the SpaceX rocket that arrived at the International Space Station. But the astronauts have broken it, now they will wear diapers while returning to Earth.

NASA astronaut Megan MacArthur spoke about this dangerous situation. He said he will take care of everything, even if the toilet breaks. This SpaceX capsule can stay up to 210 days in space, of which 200 days have already passed.

The Russian movie was shot in space.

The astronauts conducted a series of spacewalks to upgrade the station’s electrical grid, he said. A Russian rocket docked at the International Space Station then inadvertently fired its engine after it left its designated orbit. Which was recovered after a lot of work. Not only this, the Russian film director also shot a movie during this period.


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