NASA, the space agency is ready to provide live coverage of the launch and prelaunch of the liftoff activities undergoing in Kennedy’s space station, Florida for the agency’s SpaceX Demo-2 test flight on Wednesday, 27th.
The Demo-2 spacecraft will further shuttle the two astronauts Robert and Douglas to the International Space Station in next 24 hours.
SpaceX and NASA are currently targeting the time of around 4.33 pm EDT on May 27th for its launch of the first commercially built spacecraft by the American people from the American soil.
NASA and SpaceX will provide joint, live coverage from launch to arrival at the space station.
Further, the full mission and its activities will, therefore, be provided as the live coverage on NASA television and the agency’s website for the lovers.
There are other commentators from NASA and SpaceX with the special guest host and former NASA astronaut Leland Melvin.
While the prelaunch coverage also includes a special performance of the singer Kelly Clarkson.
Additionally, the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft will launch the rocket from its launching pad at 11.39 pm on Thursday, May 28th.
This is going to be the final test flight for NASA’s commercial crew program and thereby provide critical data on the performance of the Falcon 9 rocket and ground systems including the docking and landing operations.