NASA has set a date for the return of the ship Crew Dragon on the Ground

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Date of return may change due to weather conditions.

The American space Agency NASA has set a date for the return to Earth of space Shuttle company SpaceX Crew Dragon and its crew. This was announced yesterday in Twitter, the head of NASA Jim Breidenstein, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Browser.

“Pre-August 1 spacecraft Crew Dragon astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken on Board will detach from the ISS and will head to the planet Earth. Splashdown is scheduled for 2 August. Weather can affect the return date,” wrote Breidenstein.

On may 30 the company SpaceX Elon musk first launched into orbit a manned spacecraft Crew Dragon. It put into orbit the rocket is the Falcon 9. On may 31 U.S. astronauts Bob Behnken and Douglas Hurley came on Board the ISS.

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