The launch should take place on the evening of May 30.
For the first time since 2011, a space mission will send two passengers to the International Space Station from the United States. Moreover, for the first time, a private spacecraft will transport astronauts into orbit.
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will go to the ISS. They will be located in the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, which the Falcon 9 rocket will launch into orbit. This mission is part of the NASA commercial program and will be a test of cooperation between NASA and the American aerospace industry.
Initially, the start was to take place on May 27 at 23:33 Kyiv time. However, due to adverse weather conditions, it was postponed to May 30, 22:22 Kiev time. The launch will take place from Cape Canaveral, nearby the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Another spare window at NASA is scheduled for May 31. You can follow the launch of the mission on YouTube channels NASA and Spacex.