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Intl. Space Station 24m
Yes the Crew Dragon is reusable. It will be refurbished for the SpaceX Crew-2 mission planned for spring 2021. When Crew Dragon reenters the atmosphere it experiences very high temperatures which is why it looked burnt.
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The just-returned Crew Dragon vehicle will be refurbished for the SpaceX Crew-2 mission planned for spring 2021...
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NASA en español 2h
Gotas de agua, robots con forma de cubo, y la partida de mantuvieron a la tripulación ocupada la semana pasada.
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Intl. Space Station 6h
. and are back on terra firma following their successful mission aboard the and the station. Credit: /
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Intl. Space Station 6h
They splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico at approximately 15 mph underneath the parachutes.
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Intl. Space Station 7h
The with and aboard splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020. Credit: /
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NASA 22h
"No matter where you are on planet Earth, this is a good thing." CEO reflects on the success of the mission and what it means for commercial space capability:
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Intl. Space Station 23h
The NASA and Demo-2 mission was intended to test the Crew Dragon vehicle and certify it for operational flight to the space station. NASA Administrator reflects on the astronauts' mission and accomplishments.
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NASA 23h
LIVE NOW: Our astronauts are welcomed home after today's historic splashdown aboard the Dragon Endeavour. & arrive at Ellington Field in Houston:
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Johnson Space Center 24h
👨‍🚀 They're almost home! 👨‍🚀 After undocking from the yesterday and splashing down off the Florida coast at 2:48 pm ET, and are almost back to Houston! Watch as we celebrate their return, starting around 7:15 pm ET.
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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
Today, flight controllers in Mission Control Houston monitored a historic event: The first splashdown of a crewed commercial spacecraft. 👨‍🚀👨‍🚀 Our teams worked closely with Mission Control in Hawthorne throughout Crew Dragon’s mission aboard the .
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Starting with Crew 1, Crew Dragon will fly four astronauts to the space station, our orbiting laboratory. Joel Montalbano, manager of the International Space Station Program, explains how that increases the amount of research conducted.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Steve Stich, manager of NASA’s Program, explains how certification of Crew Dragon will unfold: By analyzing in-flight data, the splashdown, and thorough inspection of the vehicle.
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NASA Aug 2
"Diversity brings the resilience to this crew." of is honored to be a part of the Crew-1 mission, the next flight to the .
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Crew Dragon's splashdown was "an enormous relief," but the work wasn't done yet. Gwynne Shotwell, president and chief operating officer at , explains how "the good moment" was when Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley exited the capsule looking cheerful.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
After splashdown, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley reported they were feeling well. Steve Stich, manager of NASA's Program, shares what's next for the astronauts.
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NASA Aug 2
LIVE: An update on today's Dragon Endeavour splashdown, returning & home to Earth. Hear from and experts about this milestone in human spaceflight:
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NASA Aug 2
. engineers are doing a purge of vapor fumes around the Dragon Endeavour to ensure the safety of our crew when they open the hatch.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
. TV coverage continues as and prepare to exit the hoisted aboard a support boat. More...
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NASA Aug 2
👀 Views of our recovery teams approaching the Dragon capsule and gathering the parachutes in the water.
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