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  1. NASA is about to have double Dragons at its space station Also, NASA has agreed to fly on a Falcon 9 that has already been used three times. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. NASA and SpaceX are making final preparations for a cargo mission that will carry nearly three metric tons of supplies to the International Space Station. This "CRS-21" mission is the 21st cargo supply mission that SpaceX will launch for NASA overall. But it is the first under a new supply contract that runs throu
  2. SpaceX Launched Two Astronauts—Changing Spaceflight Forever The test mission will clear the way for regular crewed launches from the United States for the first time in nearly a decade. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket sits at Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020.Photograph: MANDEL NGAN/Getty Images Saturday T-4:00 It’s Saturday morning and in just four hours astronauts B
  3. SpaceX Crew Dragon nails crucial test: Docking with the space station SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule has been tested in a vacuum, jostled in an acoustic chamber and put through computer simulations. But there's only one way to know for sure how a spacecraft will work: Strap it to a rocket, and let it fly. NASA hopes the Crew Dragon, and a Boeing-built capsule called Starliner, will start flying US a
  4. SpaceX’s Crew Dragon gets a launch date—May 27 NASA and SpaceX must still clear some hurdles. Enlarge / Doug Hurley, right, will command the Crew Dragon spacecraft. NASA 120 with 78 posters participating, including story author On Friday, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced that the space agency has set a launch date for the first human launch to orbit from the United States in nearly a decade. SpaceX's Crew Dragon will launch on May 27 aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space
  5. NASA astronauts set to return to Earth in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon on August 2nd Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are coming home soon Image: NASA NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are tentatively scheduled to return to Earth inside SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon capsule on August 2nd. It’s the same Crew Dragon vehicle that launched the astronauts to space at the end of May — marking the first time a privately made spacecraft had carried people to orbit. For now, NASA plans for the duo, c
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