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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
Off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, (L-R) Chief Astronaut Pat Forrester and NASA astronaut and Crew Recovery Chief Shane Kimbrough, seen on GO Navigator as they head for the Endeavour splashdown zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Splashdown scheduled for 2:48 p.m. ET
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
And the first splashdown for since 1975! and parachuted to a landing in the sunny Gulf of Mexico today at 2:48pm ET inside their .
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
For the latest pics from the splashdown site for the please visit... Here are the latest pics from the splashdown site...
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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
Here's looking at you, and ! Our are exiting Endeavour and before he exits, shares a few words.
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Vöslant Aug 2
So I just captured the above Budapest. I am so happy at the moment 😍
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Jim Bridenstine Aug 2
In less than 2 hours, and will arrive safely back on Earth completing the demonstration mission and marking the beginning of a new era of human spaceflight.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
.’s first parachuted to a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean during the uncrewed Demo-1 mission on March 8, 2019. and are scheduled to splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico today at 2:48pm ET.
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Bruce Aug 1
Awesome passing over Illinois tonight of Crew Dragon (right) pulling away from the ISS (left)!
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Intl. Space Station Aug 1
Conditions are "go" at the splashdown site for the return to Earth of and aboard the . More...
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Space dads and aboard the received a wakeup call from their sons this morning. The space duo is scheduled to splashdown today at 2:48pm ET. More...
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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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Johnson Space Center Aug 1
HAPPENING NOW: While we wait for the final "go/no go" for the undocking of the Endeavour, take a look at the departure and splashdown criteria that is considered before and 's return to Earth. 🪂🌊
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Jamie Groh Jul 31
Woooah this 3D-printed model is INSANE 🤯 - You may need to put this on your Christmas list for the studio.
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Johnson Space Center Aug 2
Splashdown of Endeavour! and have made waves in the Gulf of Mexico at 2:48 p.m. ET. We welcome home the first to have launched from American soil since 2011. 🚀🇺🇸
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
The has fired its deorbit engines. and will enter Earth's atmosphere in about 39 minutes.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 3
. and are back on terra firma following their successful mission aboard the and the station. Credit: /
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Ivan Vagner Aug 2
. и , I congratulate you on your successful return to Earth! A few minutes after landing, the ISS flew over the splashdown site in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Intl. Space Station Aug 2
Two engineers describe the unique suits that and will be wearing when they splashdown inside the .
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SPACE.com Aug 2
SPLASHDOWN! Welcome home, Bob and Doug! Stay tuned though, space fans, clearer pics to come!
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Jon Nicosia Aug 2
Boat with Trump flag drives past
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