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Apply now for a #NASASocial credential to cover the @SpaceX launch in-person June 26 in FL:
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Cargo is offloaded and spacecraft is powered down. #Dragon back in its nest after about 5 weeks at the @Space_Station
Dragon just completed its longest stay yet at the @Space_Station, returning 3,100 lbs of cargo & science for @NASA.
What's coming down on @SpaceX #Dragon? SpinSat & slithery things await splashdown at 12:42p ET
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Dragon has departed the @Space_Station & completed 3 departure burns to begin its trip home.
Dragon has been at the @Space_Station about a month -- ready to release in about 10 min Live →
Tomorrow: Dragon to release from @Space_Station and bring over 3,000 lbs of research & equipment back to Earth
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Caught our star peeking through #Dragon's solar arrays today. Good night from @Space_Station! #YearInSpace
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From 0 to 100 mph in 1.2 seconds – more info on Crew Dragon’s successful test today:…
This morning, a Crew Dragon test article completed a Pad Abort Test, the 1st critical test in prep for human missions
Pad abort test vehicle lifts off from LC-40 at Cape Canaveral
Pad Abort Test still set for top of window. T-9 min. Live TestCast:
Tomorrow is 1st major test of Crew Dragon’s launch abort system, window 9am-4pm ET. TestCast:
Hold down firing of Dragon 2 spacecraft at Cape Canaveral
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5 things to know about our upcoming Pad Abort Test…
Live at 10am ET: Get a preview of the May 6 @SpaceX pad abort test. Watch: #LaunchAmerica
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Falcon 9 lifted off at 7:03pm ET carrying the @thalesgroup TurkmenÄlem52E/MonacoSat satellite to geo transfer orbit.
Weather remains 60% “GO” for tonight’s Falcon 9 launch attempt. Launch window opens 6:14pm ET.
Rocket moving to the pad tonight in advance of tomorrow's launch attempt. 6:14pm ET window opens. Weather 60% go.
Falcon 9 static fire completed yesterday before Monday launch of @thalesgroup comms satellite…