NASA and SpaceX are Ready for Lift Off: How to Watch the Launch of Crew-3

NASA and SpaceX are Ready for Lift Off: How to Watch the Launch of Crew-3

After several delays the launch of Crew-3 is scheduled for liftoff tonight, November 10th, 2021. NASA and SpaceX are preparing for a launch no earlier than 8:03 pm CST from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Crew-3 astronauts from left to right: Matthias Maurer, Tom Marshburn, Raja Chari, and Kayla Barron. Photo Credit: NASA

NASA astronauts Raja Chari, Kayla Barron, and Tom Marshburn will be joined by ESA astronaut Matthias Marshburn on their journey to the International Space Station.

Photo Credit: NASA

Launch coverage will be provided by both NASA and SpaceX, on NASA TV and live on each organization’s respective websites. NASA will begin coverage of launch preparations at 3:45 pm CST all the way through launch and orbital insertion. You can tune back in on Thursday, November 11th at 6:10 pm CST for docking coverage.

Timeline to launch. Photo Credit: ESA

SpaceX will be livestreaming the event as well and you can view this coverage on the company’s website at: SpaceX.com

Crew-3 will have a twelve minute launch followed by an almost 24 hour journey to the Space Station.

Follow us on Twitter @CosmicChicago for live tweets of the mission as it progresses through liftoff.

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