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NASA Safety Panel Agrees Demo-2 Launch Date Feasible, NASA Wants Public to Stay Away

24 Apr 2020, 02:49 UTC
NASA Safety Panel Agrees Demo-2 Launch Date Feasible, NASA Wants Public to Stay Away
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NASA’s Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) said today they consider the May 27 launch date for SpaceX’s first crewed launch to the International Space Station (ISS) to be “feasible.” Also today, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine encouraged everyone to watch the launch virtually, not travel to Kennedy Space Center even though this is the first launch […]

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