Looks like they will proceed with undocking this evening at ~7:30 PM EDT (4:30 PM PDT), with a planned splashdown Sunday afternoon, Aug 2, at around 2:40 PM EDT in the Gulf of Mexico rather than the Atlantic due to the hurricane there. I believe this will be the first ever splashdown in the Gulf.
Live coverage of the undocking will start just after 5 PM EDT on the SpaceX
and NASA TV
Weather looks crummy here, but you may have a shot at seeing and photographing the ISS and crew dragon formation-flying just after the undocking. There's a good visible pass this evening for the NE US ~3 hrs after undocking. Boston and Moncton might also be able to see an earlier high pass in twilight, 1 hr after undocking. Sky chart for Baltimore/D.C. pass
, 10:15 PM EDT, 2.5 hrs after undocking.Sky chart for Boston/NE pass
, 8:35 PM EDT, high pass 1 hr after undocking, but sky bright.Sky chart for Boston/NE pass
, 10:15 PM EDT, low SW pass 2.5 hrs after undocking.Sky chart for Moncton pass
, 9:35 PM ADT, 1 hrs after undocking.Sky chart for Truckee
, 8:45 PM PDT, 4.5 hrs after undocking.Sky chart for Truckee
, 10:20 PM PDT, 5 hrs after undocking, low in SW.
Not sure whether the much fainter dragon will be leading or trailing the ISS, so look for it both before and after the ISS pass times shown here.