Return to land of Dragon spacecraft with Axiom-3 team was postponed to February 5

The return of the Dragon spacecraft with the Axiom-3 team, which includes the Turkish astronaut of Alpere Goseravja, was transferred to February 5 due to adverse weather conditions on the Florida coast. This is stated in the SPACEX message posted on the social network x.

Dragon spacecraft and the AX-3 crew will not leave the International Space Station (ISS) until February 5 due to the inappropriate weather conditions on the coast of Florida, the message said.

Experts will continue to monitor the weather conditions regarding departure plans from the ISS.

The launch of the ship using the Falcon 9 launch vehicle was carried out from the starting complex of the 39th Kennedy Space Center in the American state of Florida on 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.