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Bob Behnken
Father, Husband, NASA Astronaut, USAF Col, and graduate. Home after recent stint on via 's Crew Dragon.
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Bob Behnken Sep 17
Night views are one of the things I miss most about living on . Our planet and the night sky are both magnificent.
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Bob Behnken Sep 15
Saw my friends , Anatoly, and go overhead on last night while visiting with friends from the team who made Demo 2 possible. Hard to believe we've been back for a month and a half!
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Bob Behnken Aug 26
A month ago I was sharing these views on , now I'm following 's updates and preparing!
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NASA Aug 4
Jolts, noise, and quoting old movies — explains what it was like to re-enter Earth's atmosphere inside the Dragon Endeavour.
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Bob Behnken Aug 4
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NASA JPL Aug 1
From the peak of the meteor shower 🌠 to the Moon posing with Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus 🌕✨ here’s some of the great stuff you can see in the sky this August:
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Bob Behnken Aug 3
Thank you Mr. President! The opportunity to be a part of this mission was truly humbling. The ingenuity, cooperation, and dedication required by the team who accomplished this is a tribute to America!
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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
"The thing we're most excited about this mission -- it's written right on that sign -- Launch America. And then, of course, Land America today." reflects on the end of the shuttle era and the return of crewed launch capabilities to America.
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Bob Behnken Aug 3
I'm extremely proud to have been a small part of what and just accomplished! Launching humans into space and bringing them home safely is a high water mark for technical achievement. We did it!
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Bob Behnken Aug 3
Thank you for lending us the good ship Endeavour! She safely delivered us to and home again safely and with style!
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Bob Behnken Aug 1
All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go…
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NASA Aug 1
LIVE NOW: Tune in to watch as & say farewell to their crew members. 👨‍🚀 👨‍🚀 Soon, the crew will close the hatch on their spacecraft ahead of their return to planet Earth:
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Bob Behnken Jul 31
Teams from & continue to monitor weather, but we’re still on track for departure this weekend. Looking forward to climbing back into Endeavour for our trip home.
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Bob Behnken Jul 30
I’ve always been impressed with the work done by . Activities like the Junior Ranger program make an extra effort to ensure the next generation of explorers gets an early start! I’m sure there are future among the participants!
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Bob Behnken Jul 30
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Bob Behnken Jul 29
If the weather at our splashdown location is right, next week at this time ’s Crew Dragon Endeavour will no longer be docked to the front of . My family is excited!
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Bob Behnken Jul 28
Today we kicked off a new series of droplet formation studies here on . Enabling research like this to continue is a prime example of why was so important. Why are we here? !
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Bob Behnken Jul 28
Yep, “mini” chocolate cakes for my 50th birthday, because somebody, somewhere, loves me. Thank you for making it happen!
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Bob Behnken Jul 27
Thank you & , the original members of the 10 EVA club! I have always appreciated your help and advice for this and all things astronauting!
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Bob Behnken Jul 27
First moments of sunrise from .
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