SpaceX delays Crew-8 astronaut launch for NASA to March 2 due to bad weather

SpaceX has delayed its first NASA astronaut launch to 2024 Saturday (March 2) due to ocean weather concerns near the mission's Florida launch pad.

The four-astronaut SpaceX mission, known as Crew-8, will now lift off from Pad 39A at the US space agency's Kennedy Space Center on Saturday at 11:16 pm EST (0416 March 3 GMT) on a Falcon 9 rocket. At Cape Canaveral. This is the latest schedule slip for the launch, which was originally given a February 22 release date.

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