SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission to the International Space Station What You Should Know

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SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission, SpaceX is set to launch yet a new crew to space, this time it is sending a team of four astronauts to the International Space Station.

And the crew will spend at least six months in the orbit. The team of four will be transported through SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft.

Nasa has announced that it is delaying the launch to at least the 6th of November 2021 which is Saturday.

This is with respect to medical issues with one of the crew members. The organization stated that the case is not an emergency nor related to Covid-19.

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The new update from Nasa comes after postponing the launch from its initial Halloween Launch date “avoiding a large

storm system elevating winds and waves in the Atlantic Ocean along the Crew Dragon flight path.”

The liftoff is scheduled for 11:36 PM ET on November 6th from Cape Canaveral, Florida as stated earlier with the crew getting an early start on their mission.

Crew-3 is the mission’s name, the new team of four astronauts includes Thomas Marshburn, Raja Chari, Kayla Barron as

well as European Space Agency astronaut Mathias Maurer.

The trip will be the first for Maurer, Barron, and Chari who is the mission’s commander to space.

On the other hand, for Marshburn, it is going to be his third mission to space, and each of his missions got him through a different vehicle.

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His first take-off was via the Space Shuttle and his Second was on Russia’s Soyuz Spacecraft and the third will get him a

fair trip through SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft.

The Astronauts have already given the spacecraft the nickname “Endurance.”

Taking part as the space agency’s Commercial Crew Program, Crew-3 becomes SpaceX’s third operational crewed flight for Nasa.

The Crew-3 has now become SpaceX’s third operational crewed flight for Nasa. The Commercial Crew Programm is an inventiveness to use private vehicles to transport Nasa astronauts to and from Space.

In an agreement with Nasa, SpaceX will be performing up to six crewed flights for the organization with two flights already scheduled for next year.

Nasa in its recent interactions stated its intentions to of making provision of possible means to transporting Astronauts.

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The mission which is SpaceX’s third is Nasa’s fifth event launching people to orbit in the Crew Dragon Spacecraft.

SpaceX launched two Nasa astronauts to the ISS in May 2020 this was an event to prove the Crew Dragon’s safety for Nasa.

And that really made the way to the company SpaceX doing routine flights with Crew Dragon.

SpaceX launched its first private human spaceflight mission in September it was called Inspiration4.

It carried four non-Nasa astronauts to Orbit.

The all civilian crew had its passengers to include: a tech billionaire, a childhood cancer survivor, a professor, and an engineer.

SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission to the International Space Station What You Should Know

SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission to the International Space

The group of four stayed in orbit for a few days (three days), the launch by SpaceX was a means of raising funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

This was SpaceX’s very first flight carrying purely civilians.

Although the Inspiration4 flight wasn’t a Nasa mission, SpaceX learned a few things that will help facilitate the upcoming Crew-3 trip.

What were the problems encountered during the Inspiration4 Flight:

The problem was the toilet, though the flight went pretty smooth, SpaceX revealed this week that the tube in the toilet

that was supposed to transport urine into a storage tank came unglued.

And it caused urine to spray into the toilets fan system instead and pool under the floor it wasn’t really a problem though.

SpaceX also revealed that no one noticed it not even the crew until they got back William Gerstenmaier, vice president

of build and flight reliability at SpaceX added.

Looking at this, SpaceX expressed worries by stating that the same event may happen on the Crew Dragon used for Crew-2.

The main issue with this is not just the urine collecting under the floor, SpaceX stated that a compound called Oxone

that removes the ammonia from the liquid to help discharge odor and prevent bacteria from growing was added.

SpaceX’s appeared worried because the combination of Oxone and urine on the floor could corrode the spacecraft itself.

SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission to the International Space Station What You Should Know

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The company carried out a test involving the combination of urine and Oxone with aluminum the exact metal used to

make Crew Dragon inside a chamber that simulated the same temperature and humidity onboard the spacecraft.

It appeared to be that the issue was more of a problem on Inspiration4 because the entire crew spent their entire mission inside Crew Dragon.

Which implied that the bathroom was been used at an increased rate leading to more potential corrosion.

Most of SpaceX’s mission does send people straight to the Space station therefore astronauts only use the toilet before stopping.

SpaceX also added that the Crew Dragon aluminum alloy is very insensitive to corrosion.

The company decided to fix the toilet by making it an all-welded structure so that they are no longer tubes or parts that come unglued.

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