SpaceX will answer Crew Dragon and Starlink questions on Reddit at 3PM ET
If you’ve wanted to learn more about SpaceX’s projects than you normally see in the news, now’s your chance.
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SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with the International Space Station
SpaceX just completed another milestone in Crew Dragon’s historic journey. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have successfully docked the capsule with the International Space Station just under 19 hours after launch from Cape Canaveral. The largely automated process was uneventful.
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The Morning After: SpaceX Crew Dragon launch delayed due to bad weather
Time may address squabbles over availability and some of the more confusing content holes in its library (where’s the 4K?), but this is going to be an adjustment for everyone.
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NASA’s human spaceflight lead resigns days before Crew Dragon launch
NASA’s return to US-based crew launches will take place under less-than-ideal circumstances. The agency has revealed that its associate administrator for human exploration, Doug Loverro, has resigned as of May 18th — nine days before Crew Dragon’s first voyage with humans aboard.
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SpaceX’s first-gen Dragon cargo capsule left the ISS for the last time
This marks the last flight in a $1.6 billion contract between NASA and SpaceX. Now, SpaceX is shifting its attention to the second-generation Dragon 2 capsule, which it will use for ISS resupply runs beginning in October.
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