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Alan Boylestein 🧠🧟 Aug 2
UPDATE: gives thanks for successful conclusion of mission. "I'm not very religious, but I prayed for this one":
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Nathan Barker Aug 1
United States SpaceX Dragon Capsule Endeavour Departing Station.
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星出 彰彦 (JAXA宇宙飛行士) Aug 1
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James Sparvero Aug 7
Two months after launch and five days after splashdown in Gulf of Mexico with and , returns to the Space Coast. Dragon arrived at after 5 tonight
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David Weaver Aug 2
Kudos to for their coverage of the launch & landing of the - Demo-1 mission. And a big shoutout to , , & for their expert commentary.
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Alan Boylestein 🧠🧟 Aug 2
"Welcome back to Planet Earth": astronauts splash down in capsule, capping historic mission:
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Chris Cassidy Aug 1
This photo captured one of thrusters burning seconds after the hooks were released and physical separation from the . It has been a pleasure and honor to serve on the ISS with & . Safe return to earth my friends!
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Raja Chari Aug 2
Updated timeline of key events for return today of and to complete the Demo2 test to enable to get to the
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Zena Cardman Aug 2
Hearing “we have you loud and clear” after their plasma-ball comm blackout brought tears to my eyes; seeing Dragon Endeavor under four chutes made me cheer. This is awesome.
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Dr. Niamh Shaw ☘️ Aug 2
And here’s ! Well done everyone. No wonder our co-presenters were emotional at the closure of the live coverage of today’s return mission to . Awesome job everyone, teams & all involved
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Rob Nunn Aug 2
Good wishes to and who are due to splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico later today with !
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Andrew Morgan Aug 1
Wishing you a smooth reentry and soft splashdown, Endeavour!
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Michelle Jaconi 💥 Aug 2
🎥📺🗞️Look at this muscle flex of amazing women in science on the homepage -->
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Raja Chari Aug 1
Timeline (EST) for tonight and tomorrow for . Looking forward to the first safe return of the with and paving the way for to send back/forth to the from the US
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Ryan Laird Aug 2
Replying to @Commercial_Crew
Managed to also find the 'Go Navigator' rescue ship with , collecting . Welcome home, !
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Renata Konkoly 🐢🦔 Aug 2
It was so great to see this happy after the crewed launch on May 30 🤗 Have a safe journey home, and ! 🐉💕
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Chad Anderson Aug 2
The first in 45 years just happened with and the and it WAS AWESOMENESS @ AstroBehnken and the entire team!!! 🇺🇸
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The Museum of Flight Aug 1
Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are returning to Earth! They are scheduled to undock from the International Space Station today (4:34 PM PDT) and splashdown off the coast of Florida around 11:32 AM PDT tomorrow! We are ready for this historic return!🚀🇺🇸
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Zena Cardman Aug 2
Bob and Doug are on their way home! 🚀 —> 🪂
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Randy Romanaux Aug 2
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