The launch of NASA and SpaceX's Crew-3 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) has been postponed to November 3 due to adverse weather conditions, NASA reported.
The launch was previously scheduled for October 31st. The crew of the manned spacecraft Crew Dragon has already arrived at the launch site at Cape Canaveral (Florida) to complete preparations for the launch to the International Space Station.
Weather conditions are expected to improve by November 3rd.
Crew-3 was formed in May. It is planned that the crew will spend about six months on the ISS.