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Upcoming Missions This Year for: kennedy space center

Apr 23 Crew-2 Dragon
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Vehicle Falcon 9 (Crew Dragon)
Location Kennedy Space Center LC-39A
Time 5:49 AM EDT / 2021-04-23 09:49:00Z

SpaceX's Crew-2 Dragon mission is slated to bring NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur as well as Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet to the International Space Station. They'll replace outgoing astronauts from the Crew-1 flight and are expected to remain aboard the outpost for about five to six months before being replaced by the Crew-3 Dragon astronauts as early as September 2021.

NETMay CRS-22 Dragon
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Vehicle Falcon 9 (Crew Dragon)
Location Kennedy Space Center LC-39A
Time TBD

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is slated to send the second cargo variant of the company's Dragon-2 spacecraft, which is based on the Crew Dragon, to the International Space Station. In addition to thousands of pounds supplies in the pressurized capsule, the unpressurized trunk section will contain two new roll-out solar arrays to start the process of augmenting the outposts existing solar array wings. Two more cargo Dragon flights over the coming years will bring two more pairs for a total of s

NETSep Crew-3 Dragon
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Vehicle Falcon 9 (Crew Dragon)
Location Kennedy Space Center LC-39A
Time TBD

SpaceX's Crew-3 Dragon mission is slated to bring NASA Raja Chari and Thomas Marshburn as well as German astronaut Matthias Maurer and another yet-unnamed international astronaut. They'll replace outgoing astronauts from the Crew-2 flight and are expected to remain aboard the outpost for about six months before being replaced by the crew of the first operational CST-100 mission, Starliner-1, in early 2022.

Missions No Earlier Than 2022 for: kennedy space center

NETJan Axiom Mission 1
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Vehicle Falcon 9 (Crew Dragon)
Location Kennedy Space Center LC-39A
Time TBD

Axiom Space has contracted with SpaceX and NASA to fly the first private International Space Station crew for a weeklong stay at the outpost. Included are former NASA astronaut and Ax-1 Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria, American entrepreneur Larry Connor, Canadian investor and philanthropist Mark Pathy and Israeli investor and philanthropist Eytan Stibbe.