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SpaceX’s next astronaut mission for NASA has been pushed back, with a launch no earlier than late October – Business Insider Australia

SpaceX and NASA will launch their next batch of astronauts to the International Space Station no sooner than October 23, the space agency announced on Friday.

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  • NASA announced on Friday that its next mission with SpaceX won’t launch until late October at the earliest.
  • The mission, called Crew-1, will ferry four astronauts to the space station and back: Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, Mike Hopkins, and Soichi Noguchi.
  • It was initially slated to launch as early as September, but NASA said the change accommodate the schedules of other astronauts going to and from the International Space Station.
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