NASA announced another postponement of commercial manned space mission (crew-1). The launch mission was originally scheduled for October 23 this year, but it was later postponed to 2:40 a.m. Eastern time on October 31 due to the full schedule. However, it is now postponed to the first ten days or the middle of November. Crew-1 mission plans to bring three NASA astronauts and one from Japan’s JAXA space agency to the international space station. In a statement, NASA said the crew-1 mission, which was scheduled to launch on October 31 for six months, has been postponed to allow more time to solve the gas generator problem in the first stage engine of the Falcon 9 rocket. Crew-1 is one of the six missions that SpaceX has sent to ISS under a contract with NASA, which was awarded to the commercial crew program in 2014 to bring private companies into the U.S. space program. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States