The SpaceX crew Dragon Demo-2 mission has been executed smoothly so far by NASA. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley at the end of May and is currently on its way back to Earth.
The crew was successfully dismantled from the International Space Station at 4:35 pm PT on Saturday. NASA broadcast the process back through a live stream NASA television.
Rainy weather at potential sensational locations in the Gulf of Mexico could complicate the schedule. NASA and SpaceX are planning a landfall off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, on Sunday while continuing to monitor any impact from Hurricane Isaias.
NASA tweeted on Saturday that Behnken and Hurley have many days of food on board in case they need to stay in orbit longer because of the bad weather at the splashing location.
Although the time …