NASA review of Space’s 1st launch to carry astronauts goes into overtime

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We’ll have to wait one more day to find out if NASA and SpaceX are ready to launch Americans into orbit from U.S. soil for the first time in nearly nine years. 

A landmark meeting to decide if SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft is ready to carry two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station next week went into overtime today (May 21). Officials are not expected to make a final ruling on the flight until Friday afternoon (May 22). The meeting, called a Flight Readiness Review (or FRR) will reconvene tomorrow. 





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