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SpaceX Crew-1 Dragon returns to Earth after 168 days in spaceDerek RichardsonMay 2nd, 2021
Four astronauts returned to Earth in their Crew-1 Dragon spacecraft after six months aboard the International Space Station, splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida in the dark of night.
Crew-1 Dragon astronauts take spacecraft for a spin around ISSDerek RichardsonApril 5th, 2021
In one of the final major activities of the Crew-1 mission, its astronaut riders suited up to relocate docking ports to clear the way for the Crew-2 Dragon.
First operational Crew Dragon spacecraft docks to ISSDerek RichardsonNovember 17th, 2020
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon “Resilience” and its four-person astronaut occupants arrived at the International Space Station a day after an evening launch from Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
SpaceX Successfully launches first operational crewed missionMatt HaskellNovember 16th, 2020
At 7:27 PM EST on November 15, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket topped with a Crew Dragon capsule containing 4 astronauts lifted off from Kennedy Space Center’s LC-39A in Florida.
“All Systems Go”: Schedule of Crew-1 launch countdown eventsSean CostelloNovember 15th, 2020
Following the confirmation by SpaceX via Twitter, that “All systems are go for tonight’s launch at 7:27 p.m. EST”, SpaceFlight Insider has produced this handy reference of the key countdown events and their approximate times.
NASA and SpaceX set to launch first operational Crew Dragon missionMatt HaskellNovember 15th, 2020
Following up on the successful launch and return of NASA Astronauts in May, SpaceX is on the cusp of flying the first certified operational mission of their Crew Dragon capsule.
Breakdown of Crew-1 Flight Plan: an inside lookCullen DesforgesNovember 13th, 2020
On Tuesday November 10, teams at SpaceX and NASA completed the final launch readiness review for the first operational mission of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft.
Crew-1’s dress rehearsal complete; countdown to launch continuesSean CostelloNovember 12th, 2020
With less than 48 hours until the scheduled liftoff of Falcon 9 and NASA’s Crew-1 mission, all systems appear go on Florida’s Space Coast.