SpaceX and NASA scrub Ax-3 splashdown off of Pensacola coast

Update 3:15 p.m.: SpaceX announced Tuesday afternoon that the Ax-3 mission is now scheduled to undock from the International Space Station by 9:05 a.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday.

The splashdown location hasn't been confirmed. The FAA issued a notice to pilots that space operations would occur off the east coast of Florida near St. Augustine on Thursday, but its unclear if that's related to the return or the launch of another Space X mission for NASA, the launch of PACE spacecraft.

Original story: NASA, SpaceX, and Axiom Space scrubbed a planned splashdown of the Ax-3 mission off the coast of Pensacola on Monday night.

SpaceX said weather conditions remained unfavorable for a splashdown off the Florida coast.

NASA said it will conduct a weather review to assess the next potential undocking opportunity for Ax-3.

"The spacecraft and Ax-3 crew remain healthy, and teams will continue to monitor weather conditions for the next available undocking opportunity," a SpaceX post Thursday night said.

The Ax-3 mission launched in January as the first all-European private astronaut mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

Previously: Pensacola targeted as splashdown location for SpaceX Ax-3 mission

Axiom Space has used SpaceX rockets to fly two previous private astronaut crews to the ISS.

SpaceX has several splashdown locations for its Dragon spacecraft off the Florida coast in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.

This article originally appeared on Pensacola News Journal: SpaceX NASA Ax-3 splashdown off of Pensacola coast scrubbed by weather