SpaceX has postponed the departure of the Ax-3 team from the International Space Station due to adverse weather conditions on the Florida coast. The earliest date for the Dragon capsule to depart from the International Space Station will be Monday, February 5. Axiom Space company, which carried out the Ax-3 mission, conducted a live broadcast on their social media accounts for the farewell of the Dragon team to the ISS. Turkish astronaut Alper Gezeravcı, speaking at the farewell ceremony, said, “I am honored to be part of this great team. I thank the ISS team and our commander for their support at every step. They welcomed us with hospitality. I thank my country very much for this brave and resolute step.” He continued in Turkish, “I hope that this mission we have accomplished will be an inspiring start for our beloved young people. This is the beginning of a story, not a destination. But may all our journeys that follow be beneficial to our nation.” Alper Gezeravcı has been at the International Space Station (ISS) for 14 days and has conducted 13 different scientific experiments during this time. The vehicle in which Gezeravcı was transported to space was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA on January 16th.
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