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SpaceX’s Ax-1 astronaut mission to the space station delayed to April 6

The first all-private crewed mission to the International Space Station won’t launch this weekend after all.

Axiom Space’s Ax-1 mission had been targeting a Sunday (April 3) liftoff from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida. But on Monday (March 28), NASA officially approved Friday (April 1) through Sunday for the crucial “wet dress rehearsal” of its Artemis 1 moon mission, a practice session that’s also taking place at KSC. So Ax-1 is getting pushed a few days. 

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