SpaceX’s private Polaris Dawn mission now targeting summer 2023

On the first anniversary of the announcement of the Polaris program and its first mission, Polaris Dawn, the private crewed space mission received an exciting launch update: The launch of the mission operated by SpaceX on behalf of Jared Isaacman, is set for no earlier than summer 2023.

The new Polaris Dawn launch timeline was announced via the program’s Twitter account (opens in new tab) on Wednesday (Feb. 23). The flight will use the Crew Dragon capsule and is  the first of three planned Polaris missions. It will be the eleventh crewed flight overall of Crew Dragon

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