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2 SpaceX astronaut launches to the space station delayed by a few day

2 SpaceX astronaut launches to the space station delayed by a few day

We'll have to wait a little longer to see SpaceX's next two astronaut missions take flight.

Elon Musk's company is gearing up to launch two crewed missions to the International Space Station: Ax-1, a private flight for Houston-based company Axiom Space, and Crew-4, a contracted mission for NASA.

Ax-1, the first-ever all-private crewed mission to the station, had been scheduled to lift off on March 30

However, Axiom announced that the launch has been pushed to April 3 at the earliest to "allow teams to complete final spacecraft processing ahead of the mission."

And that change in turn delays Crew-4, which had been aiming to get off the ground on April 15.

Ax-1 is now targeted for April 3, and Crew-4 will launch no earlier than April 19.

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