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Crew Dragon Russia Reaction

Russia doesn’t appear thrilled with SpaceX Crew Dragon’s success

March 7th, 2019

SpaceX made history earlier this week with a successful launch of its Crew Dragon capsule, sending it to the International Space Station where it successfully docked and allowed ISS crew members to explore its interior. It’s a major step for both NASA and SpaceX, but Russia’s space agency might not feel the same way. Roscosmos, …

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SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with ISS, astronauts climb aboard

March 4th, 2019

SpaceX’s weekend was a busy one to say the very least. The company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft headed to space atop one of its own Falcon 9 rockets early Saturday morning in the first true test of the crew module that will soon ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station. The successful launch was …

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NASA shows off the inside of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft

February 28th, 2019

We’re rapidly approaching the launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft, and NASA seems to be just as excited as the rest of us. The test launch, which is scheduled to take place early Saturday morning, will be a big deal for NASA and SpaceX regardless of the outcome, but it goes without saying that both …

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NASA expects SpaceX Crew Dragon to launch on Saturday

February 27th, 2019

It was just a few days ago that NASA announced it had cleared SpaceX’s Crew Dragon for a test launch and docking opportunity with the International Space Station, and the day is rapidly approaching. March 2nd, this coming Saturday, SpaceX will finally have a chance to prove that its crew-capable spacecraft can safely leave the …

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The biggest test of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon will take place this week

February 25th, 2019

In what will undoubtedly be the biggest test of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon vehicle to date, the company is scheduled to launch its capsule to the International Space Station on March 2nd, and you can bet that NASA is eagerly anticipating a flawless demonstration. NASA really, really needs a way to send astronauts to the International …