Bob departed Port Canaveral earlier this morning to return the CRS-26 booster LZ.The ship returned to Florida between launch attempts, allowing workers to be at home for Thanksgiving.
The crew access arm at LC-39A retracted a short while ago as SpaceX counts down toward a second attempt at launching CRS-26 at 2:20pm ET today.nsf.live/spacecoast
L-1 weather forecast. 70% 'Go' for November 26. 80% 'Go' for November 28. >90% 'Go' for November 29. Booster Recovery Weather risk is Low-Moderate for November 28. All other Additional Risk Criteria are Low.
A 70% chance of acceptable weather is predicted for today's SpaceX CRS-26 launch attempt. Should be a beautiful day to go to space.Article by Joseph Navin (@josephanavin): nasaspaceflight.com/2022/11/crs-26…Live broadcast: youtube.com/watch?v=yY-J9q…
The first two CubeSats from the Canadian CubeSat Project are set to launch to the Space Station today!Congratulations to the teams from Dalhousie University (@loris_nano) and University of Victoria (ORCASat)!Watch the launch here starting at 2pm ET: nasa.gov/nasatv
We are just under an hour away from the launch of CRS-26. B1076 will make its maiden flight today from LC-39A.Launch is at 2:20 PM ET.📷: Me for @SuperclusterHQ
F9/CRS-26: SpaceX launch director is go for propellant loading
Live from KSC - SpaceX Falcon 9 set to launch the CRS-26 Cargo Dragon to the ISS from 39A.➡️https://youtube.com/watch?v=yY-J9q6sRrg
Less than 30 minutes until launch of Dragon’s 26th commercial resupply mission to the @space_station. Weather is currently 80% favorable for launch