Still on schedule, SpaceX will launch NASA's Crew-5 manned mission. Wednesday

Crew-5, which is due to launch from Pad 39A at Florida's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on Wednesday at 12:00 EDT, had a launch readiness review (LRR) today (1600 GMT).

This still stands as today's evaluation found no significant problems with Crew-5's Dragon capsule, Falcon 9 rocket, or any mission-related components. 

Three unresolved concerns are still being worked on, but both SpaceX and NASA expressed optimism that they will be be resolved very shortly.

During a news conference this evening, Steve Stich, manager of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, stated, "We had a terrific LRR." "We are moving forward with Wednesday's launch."

A thrust vector control actuator for one of the nine Merlin engines that power the Falcon 9's first stage is one of the unresolved problems. During this evening's briefing, Stich 

nd others noted that the actuator, which aids in regulating the direction of the engine's thrust, exhibited unusual behavior during a static fire engine test that SpaceX conducted over the weekend.

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