Tropical storm Isaias could abandon NASA space travelers' planned come back to Earth



Tropical storm Isaias could abandon NASA space travelers' planned come back to Earth 

Two months after NASA space explorers Weave Behnken and Doug Hurley impacted the world forever by propelling into space from U.S. soil without precedent for about 10 years, the team is scheduled to come back to Earth this end of the week — if awful climate doesn't foil their marvelous homecoming. 

Behnken and Hurley, whose flight was the first to occur in a monetarily constructed shuttle, are planned to leave the Global Space Station on Saturday night and sprinkle down off the Florida coast Sunday. Be that as it may, everyone's eyes are on the climate, as Tropical storm Isaias hunkers down on the Florida Landmass, undermining the assigned landing destinations with turbulent climate.

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