the First private spacecraft Dragon Crew with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will leave the International space station (ISS) on Saturday. His return to Earth is expected on Sunday, weather permitting.

According to the plans of NASA, the Crew Dragon will undock from the ISS at 19.34 on the East coast of the United States (02.34 GMT Sunday). His path to the Ground is 19 hours. The landing capsule with the astronauts will occur at 21.42 GMT in the Atlantic ocean, RIA Novosti reported.

Earlier, the national center for monitoring hurricanes, the US alerted about approaching the East coast of Florida hurricane “Isaias”. The element carries a strong wind and heavy rainfall, but we don’t know will affect whether a hurricane zone the calculated splashdown Crew Dragon. NASA is now closely monitoring the situation with the weather. The decision to return or not return, the ship will be taken for three hours before undocking.

Recall, Crew Dragon, SpaceX made the first manned launch from Earth in late may. He delivered into orbit astronauts Hurley and Behnken, who had been on ISS for two months. They helped the station crew to conduct work to replace outdated batteries and have participated in various experiments at the us segment of the ISS.