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Jim Bridenstine Apr 20
NASA has been notified about the results of the Static Fire Test and the anomaly that occurred during the final test. We will work closely to ensure we safely move forward with our Commercial Crew Program.
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ULA Apr 17
We make steps every day towards returning astronauts to space from US soil! The CFT engine and booster are in final production in Decatur and will be headed to Cape Canaveral soon! Check out our blog for the latest update!
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 17
. and the Human Space Flight Support Office Rescue Division are conducting search and rescue training exercises at the Army Warf on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and in the Atlantic Ocean 🌊: Why are these exercises important?
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 15
Astronauts , and Barry “Butch” Wilmore spent some time training in the Free Flyer Track & Capture Sim in 's Cupola mock-up 👩‍🚀. This training is an important part of learning how to work on the :
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 12
Astronauts have been hard at work training in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at 👩‍🚀. Learn more about what it takes to fly aboard and spacecraft:
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 11
These four are training to fly on 's spacecraft- as the crew and backup crew. How have our astronauts been preparing for flight on and SpaceX's spacecraft 👩‍🚀?
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 9
One day, space travel won’t be just for government astronauts 👩🏾‍🚀. is nurturing private industry to usher in a new era of commercial space, where exponential growth is poised to take flight:
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 3
Replying to @Commercial_Crew
For the latest launch planning dates:
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 3
NASA and have agreed to target August for its uncrewed test flight to the and to extend the duration of the company’s first crewed flight test:
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NASA Commercial Crew Apr 2
. and are getting ready to launch astronauts from U.S. soil, but getting off the ground is just the beginning. 🚀 Once they arrive at the , astronauts will be working on research to improve life on Earth 🌎:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Mar 25
Meet our fourth , Brittani Sims. Brittani works for the program as the lead of Systems Engineering and Integration 🚀
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 18
Replying to @Commercial_Crew
To see more Demo-1 images, visit:
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 18
ICYMI: After splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean, ’s Crew Dragon was retrieved by the company’s recovery ship, Go Searcher, about 200 miles off the east coast of Florida March 8, after its return to Earth on the Demo-1 mission.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
The completed its Demo-1 flight test this morning. The spacecraft successfully splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean at 8:45 a.m. ET. It has been lifted out of the ocean and is now securely seated in 's cradle aboard the Go Searcher Recovery ship.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
has been hoisted aboard 's Go Searcher recovery ship.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
The recovery team have lowered the hydraulic lift on Go Searcher. After the is aboard the ship, it will be moved into a hangar on the ship and secured for the roughly 30 hour trip back to Cape Canaveral.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
. recovery teams have safed the Demo-1 and have towed it to the Go Searcher for final loading.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
After the fast recovery boats have safed the , the recovery teams will prepare to lift it atop the Go Searcher recovery ship and place it in the cradle.
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NASA Commercial Crew Mar 8
We were lucky to check out the interfaces during 's Demo-1 mission. Everything worked perfectly. Later this year, we are going to install a second docking adapter to support an additional spacecraft docking simultaneously to station. ~Kenny Todd.
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