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SpaceX Aug 19
Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting launch of FORMOSAT-5 from SLC-4E at Vandenberg AFB on August 24.
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SpaceX Aug 16
Dragon is now installed at the . Crew will open the hatch later today.
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SpaceX Aug 16
Capture confirmed! Dragon is now attached to the robotic arm.
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SpaceX Aug 16
Dragon is ~10 meters from . Capture sequence starting shortly →
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SpaceX Aug 16
Dragon has been given a "go" to move towards capture position.
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SpaceX Aug 16
Dragon is ~30 meters from the . Watch live →
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SpaceX Aug 14
More photos of today’s Falcon 9 launch of Dragon to the , and first stage landing →
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SpaceX Aug 14
Quick video recap of Falcon 9 launch of Dragon for its twelfth resupply mission.
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SpaceX Aug 14
Dragon is on its way to the International Space Station. Capture by crew set for Wednesday.
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SpaceX Aug 14
Dragon confirmed in good orbit.
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SpaceX Aug 14
Falcon 9 first stage has landed at Land Zone 1.
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SpaceX Aug 14
Falcon 9 first stage entry burn underway.
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SpaceX Aug 14
Second stage propelling Dragon into its orbit to meet up with the .
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SpaceX Aug 14
Main engine cutoff and stage separation confirmed.
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SpaceX Aug 14
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SpaceX Aug 14
T-60 seconds until launch →
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SpaceX Aug 14
Webcast of Falcon 9 launch is now live →
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SpaceX Aug 14
~1 hour until Falcon 9 launch of Dragon for its twelfth resupply mission to the .
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SpaceX Aug 10
Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting August 14 launch from Pad 39A for Dragon’s next resupply mission to the .
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SpaceX Jul 5
Successful deployment of 35e to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit confirmed.
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