Dragon spacecraft with AX-3 mission will leave ISS on February 7

The AXIOM-3 Space, Axiom-3 (AX-3), which also includes the Turkish astronaut of Alper Geezeravja, will leave the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, February 7.

This is stated in the SPACEX message posted on the social network x.

It is expected that the Goseravjs and the rest of the crew will leave the ISS in 17.05 in Turkish time.

The company noted that the Dragon Shipbuilding on the ISS depends on weather conditions in the landing area.

The launch of the ship-launch vehicle Falcon 9 by SpaceX was carried out from the Kennedy space center in the American state of Florida January 18, at 16:49 in time of the east coast of the United States (January 19, at 00:49 Turkish time).

The AX-3 crew includes Michael Lopez Alegria (USA), Wilter Villadei (Italy), Marcus Wandt (Sweden) and Alpere Hezeravji.

The return of the ship was scheduled for the third of February, but subsequently transferred to the fifth of February, and then to the sixth of February due to adverse weather conditions on the coast of Florida. On the sixth of February, the return of the AX-3 mission was again transferred for an indefinite period.