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SpaceX

One more week to apply to our second student Hyperloop competition spacex.com/hyperloop
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Update on this morning's anomaly
Statement on this morning's anomaly
First launch of flight-proven first stage will use CRS-8 booster that delivered Dragon to @Space_Station in April
Recovery teams en route to Dragon, pic taken from about 10 miles out
The @SpaceX #Dragon was released at 6:11am ET (10:11am GMT) over Australia. go.nasa.gov/2bLnEOO
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.@SpaceX #Dragon released from @Space_Station at 6:11am ET. Capsule is set to splashdown in Pacific at ~11:47am ET.
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Dragon has been released from the @Space_Station! Three departure burns are now underway: nasa.gov/ntv
At 5:45am ET: Live coverage of @SpaceX #Dragon release from @Space_Station. Watch: nasa.gov/nasatv
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After a month stay @Space_Station, Dragon returns tomorrow w/ 3,000 pounds of @NASA science nasa.gov/press-release/…
Docking port extracted from Dragon's trunk and ready for @NASA astronauts to install to @Space_Station tomorrow
Dragon scheduled to return to Earth on Aug 26. Docking port it brought to @Space_Station will be installed Friday
More pics of tonight’s Falcon 9 launch of JCSAT-16 and first-stage landing → flickr.com/spacex
JCSAT-16 comms sat deployed into planned Geostationary Transfer Orbit with 36,000 km apogee (high point in orbit)
First stage landing confirmed on the droneship. Second stage & JCSAT-16 continuing to orbit spacex.com/webcast
Falcon 9 first stage entry burn underway. Second stage and JCSAT-16 continuing nominally into orbit
First stage main engine cutoff and stage separation have occurred. Second stage engine burn underway
60 seconds until launch. Watch here → spacex.com/webcast
Launch in about 15 minutes. Watch here → spacex.com/webcast
One hour from Falcon 9 launch of JCSAT-16. Weather now 90% go. Launch window opens 1:26am ET spacex.com/webcast
Targeting launch of JCSAT-16 communications sat at 1:26am EDT Sunday. Weather remains 80% go spacex.com/webcast
We’re looking forward to the launch of JCSAT-16, which is scheduled for tonight! Go JCSAT-16! Go Falcon 9! @SpaceX
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Weather 90% go for Falcon 9 launch of the JCSAT-16 communications satellite. Launch window opens Sunday, 1:26am EDT
High-speed footage of past launches and reentries youtu.be/DKqY8sy3nkM
Dragon at dawn
 
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