SpaceX and NASA are now in the final stages of preparation for the conclusion of its Demo-2 Crew Dragon mission, which will see astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley leave the International Space Station and return to Earth. Behnken and Hurley launched aboard the Crew Dragon, SpaceX’s first human spacecraft, on May 30th and have since worked as part of the Station crew.
The Crew Dragon is slated to depart ISS at 1
There are potential complicating factors to be aware of, particularly Hurricane Isaias, which could affect the availability of suitable ocean landing sites, where recovery crews must be able to meet safely with the capsule to collect Hurley. and Behnken. Currently, time is a must for the mission, but we will provide an update if that changes.