SpaceX’s manned Dragon has now been moved to Florida and is expected to launch in a few months,media reported. The capsule is undergoing a last-minute test before leaving Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, where NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are riding.
It is understood that Behnken and Hurley will be part of SpaceX and NASA’s demo-2 mission. The mission is said to be aimed at exploring the possibility of a spaceship that regularly sends people to ISS.
SpaceX announced on Twitter Tuesday that after testing for electromagnetic interference, the Dragon spacecraft will complete its mission to send Behnken and Hurley to ISS and bring them back to Earth.
The crew of the manned Dragon spacecraft left for Florida on Wednesday from its Hawthorne plant in California.