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Col. Doug Hurley
Father. Karen's husband. NASA Astronaut. Pilot of shuttle missions STS-127 & STS-135. DM-2 Spacecraft Commander, ISS Expedition 63.
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Col. Doug Hurley retweeted
NASA Nov 16
This month, for the first time ever, NASA certified a commercial spacecraft — the Crew Dragon — to carry astronauts to space in regular flights to the . Watch continuing coverage of NASA's Crew-1 mission:
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NASA Nov 15
"It's indescribable to be a part of that type of event. We're just excited to see what's going to happen." and , the two who were aboard the test flight preceding today's mission, share their thoughts:
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Col. Doug Hurley Nov 15
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SpaceX Nov 15
All systems are go for tonight’s launch at 7:27 p.m. EST of Crew Dragon’s first operational mission with four astronauts on board. Teams are keeping an eye on weather conditions for liftoff, which are currently 50% favorable →
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U.S. Marines Nov 11
Salute to Service On this , we pause to honor those who have worn the uniform of the U.S. military and dedicated themselves to preserving our freedoms. Thank you.
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NASA Commercial Crew Nov 11
In three days, , , Shannon Walker and will be launching to the from . Weather is currently 60% favorable for lift off on Saturday, Nov. 14:
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SpaceX Nov 11
Thank you to all those who have served and sacrificed
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Col. Doug Hurley Nov 10
Congratulations to and ! An incredible amount of work went into our flight but it didn’t stop when we safely returned to Earth. Now with a certified capability we are just a few days from the launch of .
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Col. Doug Hurley Nov 10
Happy 245th Marines! This day means so much to each one of us who have earned this title.
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SpaceX Nov 10
Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon vertical on Launch Complex 39A
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Intl. Space Station Nov 2
The capability to launch crewed spacecraft returned to America in 2020 for the first time in 9 years when NASA and 's Demo-2 mission took flight. Millions watched as and flew on Crew Dragon Endeavour for the first mission.
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Col. Doug Hurley Oct 22
Thanks for all the birthday well wishes yesterday! One of the best presents I received was seeing return safely from after his 196 day mission. I am really looking forward to greeting him this evening when he gets back to !
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Chris Cassidy Oct 19
Happy to welcome my new crewmate Kate Rubins to the . Great to have her and the two Sergei’s join us!
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Karen L. Nyberg Oct 13
Happy to see Kate heading back to the space station for her second long duration mission! I’ll definitely be watching tonight at 12:45 am CT as she, Sergey, and Sergey launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. 🚀
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Johnson Space Center Aug 28
First, they launched. Then, they spent 62 days on the . Finally, they became the first to splash down in an American spacecraft in 45 years. Recount & ’s return home on “Houston, We Have a Podcast.”
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Col. Doug Hurley Aug 30
So honored to be the subject of your latest work of art! Brings back so many memories of the last 5 years and all the hard work that went into making our flight successful. Your artistic talent never ceases to amaze me. Already can’t wait to see your next project!
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Col. Doug Hurley Aug 1
It was an honor and privilege to be part of Expedition 63. Thanks to , Anatoly, & for making our stay on an incredible experience. Now it's time to finish our DM-2 test flight in order to pave the way for future Dragon crews. Go Endeavour!
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NASA Jul 31
They're coming home! 🌎🪂 On Aug. 1, astronauts and will depart the on 's Crew Dragon spacecraft after a more than 60-day stay in space. Take a look at this recap of their mission:
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Col. Doug Hurley Jul 31
This photo of Hurricane Isaias was taken a few hours ago as it travels northwest between Cuba and the Bahamas. I hope the people in its path stay safe and I hope it doesn’t disrupt our return to Earth on Sunday.
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