SpaceX Mission Crew-2 already has a date for return to Earth: how to watch live

Mission astronauts Crew-2 of SpaceX is ready to return to Earth after spending six months on the International Space Station .

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The NASA has just confirmed that the mission Crew-2 SpaceX is ready to return to Earth after six months on the International Space Station . The US space agency reports that the undocking of the Crew Dragon spacecraft will take place on November 7 at 1:05 pm ET (12:05 am Peruvian time).

After undocking, the spacecraft should land on November 8 around 7:14 am ET (6:14 am Peruvian time), you will be able to see all the live coverage through the official NASA channel on YouTube.

199 days in space

Astronauts from NASA , Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, astronaut of JAXA , Aki Hoshide and astronaut of ESA , Thomas Pesquet, completed 199 days on the International Space Station at the end of his mission. 

The  Dragon Endeavor Crew will return to Earth with around 240 kilograms of hardware and scientific research, the spacecraft is expected to aim to land in one of seven specific landing zones in the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico off the coast. from Florida.

Following the landing of the Crew-2 on November 8, the SpaceX Crew-3 mission should launch no earlier than 9:03 am on Wednesday , November 10 and would be arriving at the International Space Station around 7:10 pm on Thursday. November 11th.