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New York Students to Hear from NASA Astronauts on Space Station

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WASHINGTON, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Students from New York will have an opportunity this week to hear from NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station. The Earth-to-space call will air live at 10:30 a.m. EDT Thursday, May 6, on NASA Television, the NASA app, and the agency's website.
NASA astronaut Megan McArthur and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet will answer prerecorded video questions from students involved in the State University of New York-Plattsburgh's Shine On! program. The Shine On! curriculum aims to encourage resilient, confident girls by teaching media literacy, communication skills, and character strengths. The in-flight education downlink will be the highlight of a daylong STEM conference for more than 5,000 students from pre-kindergarten to eighth grade from across New York state.  

SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch Seen as Far as Seattle

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05 May 2021, 08:05 am
SpaceX's Starlink launch caused a stir in Seattle after onlookers saw a mysterious stream of light appeared in the night sky on Tuesday, leaving locals to question what it was.
Many took to Twitter to share clips of the unidentified object, only to find out that it is the Falcon 9, launched in Florida carrying 60 Starlink satellites.
SpaceX's Latest Launch Puts 60 Starlink Satellites Into Orbit
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites launched into orbit at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Tuesday, May 4, at 3:01 p.m. EDT.
The launch was also in time for the celebration of Star Wars Day (aka "May 4"), as it pays homage to the iconic Millennium Falcon to which the Falcon 9 is named after.

SpaceX Dragon carries four astronauts home after record-breaking voyage

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May 2, 2021
SpaceX’s first operational Crew Dragon spacecraft has safely returned its four-astronaut crew back to Earth after a record-breaking voyage in space.
Around eight hours after JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi and NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Glover, and Mike Hopkins undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) and began their descent, Crew Dragon ‘Resilience’ (capsule C207) gently splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico a few dozen miles off the coast of western Florida. Marking the second crewed splashdown of the first crewed US space capsule developed and flown since the end of the Apollo Program almost half a century ago, SpaceX’s successful Crew-1 recovery is extraordinarily significant.

NASA announces launch plans for new Dream Chaser spaceplane

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The Dream Chaser spaceplane, a cargo spacecraft built and operated by Nevada-based Sierra Nevada Corp., is to begin launching and landing in Florida in 2022.

NASA and SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts safely splash down off Florida coast

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NASA and SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts safely splash down off Florida coast
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Four astronauts strapped into a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule safely splashed down into glasslike waters off the Florida coast early Sunday, wrapping up their six-month mission to the International Space Station.
After departing the night before, Victor Glover, Mike Hopkins, Soichi Noguchi, and Shannon Walker were lowered into the Gulf of Mexico under the safety of four main parachutes at 2:57 a.m. Eastern time. SpaceX boats stationed near Panama City quickly swarmed the capsule, named Resilience, and prepped for recovery.
"On behalf of NASA and SpaceX teams, we welcome you back to planet Earth and thanks for flying SpaceX," a Crew Operations and Resources Engineer, or CORE, said during the live webcast. "For those of you enrolled in our frequent flier program, you've earned 68 million miles on this voyage."

SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts arrive home with rare pre-dawn splashdown in Gulf of Mexico

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SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts arrive home with rare pre-dawn splashdown in Gulf of Mexico
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Astronauts come home with rare pre-dawn splashdown
Four astronauts strapped into their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, undocked from the International Space Station and plunged to a fiery pre-dawn splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, closing out the first operational flight of SpaceX's futuristic touch-screen ferry ship.
Crew-1 commander Michael Hopkins, along with NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi, disconnected from the space-facing port of the station's forward Harmony module at 8:35 p.m. EDT Saturday.
That set up only the second piloted water landing for NASA's post-shuttle commercial crew program and just the third night splashdown in space history — the first in nearly 45 years.

4 astronauts left the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX spacecraft, en route to Earth

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May 3, 2021 by archyde
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4 astronauts left the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX spacecraft, en route to Earth
Four astronauts, three Americans and one Japanese, left the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX company on Saturday, after more than 160 days in space which must end with a landing off Florida in the middle of night.
The Crew Dragon capsule detached from the ISS at the scheduled time (8:35 p.m. Saturday on the American east coast, 2:35 a.m. Belgian time on Sunday). The flight back to Earth is expected to take approximately 6.5 hours. The four astronauts are scheduled to land on Sunday at 2:57 a.m. local time in the Gulf of Mexico (8:57 a.m. Belgian time).

SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts arrive home with rare pre-dawn splash in Gulf of Mexico

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SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts arrive home with rare pre-dawn splash in Gulf of Mexico
May 3, 2021 by archyde
Four astronauts were strapped to their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, disembarked from the International Space Station and plunged into a pre-dawn flight in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, stopping the first operational flight of a futuristic SpaceX ferry.
First Crew Commander Michael Hopkins, along with NASA astronauts Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soishi Noguchi, parted from the port facing space in the Harmony unit before the station at 8:35 p.m. EST. Saturday.
This created the second test water landing for NASA’s post-shuttle commercial crew program and only the third night in space history – the first in nearly 45 years.

SpaceX Dragon capsule with International Space Station astronauts lands safely on Earth

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SpaceX Dragon capsule with International Space Station astronauts lands safely on Earth
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The astronauts spent more than five months in space, the longest-ever duration for a crew launched in an American-built spacecraft.
From left: NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Glover, and Mike Hopkins, and JAXA astronauts Soichi Noguchi inside SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule ‘Resilience’ after splashdown on May 2, 2021. Photo credit: Bill Ingalls / NASA
A SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule carrying four astronauts returned to Earth creating history after a 53-year hiatus as the last such mission from NASA was undertaken in December 1968.
The capsule splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico off Panama City after a six-and-a-half-hour flight from the ISS as night-vision images relayed by NASA’s WB-57 high-altitude research aircraft showed.

SpaceX Crew Dragon Astronauts Arrive Home With Rare Pre-Dawn Splashdown In Gulf Of Mexico

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SpaceX Crew Dragon Astronauts Arrive Home With Rare Pre-Dawn Splashdown In Gulf Of Mexico
Four astronauts strapped into their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, undocked from the International Space Station and plunged to a fiery pre-dawn splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, closing out the first operational flight of SpaceX's futuristic touch-screen ferry ship.
Crew-1 commander Michael Hopkins, along with NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi, disconnected from the space-facing port of the station's forward Harmony module at 8:35 p.m. EDT Saturday.
That set up only the second piloted water landing for NASA's post-shuttle commercial crew program and just the third night splashdown in space history — the first in nearly 45 years.

Crew Dragon undocks from the ISS to return to Earth - NASA


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NEW YORK, May 2. /TASS/. The Crew Dragon manned spacecraft with the Crew-1 mission aboard has undocked from the International Space Station (ISS), returning to Earth, NASA is broadcasting live.
The undocking of the Resilience spacecraft with four astronauts aboard - NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi - occurred in an automated mode at 20:35 EST (03:35 Moscow time on May 2). The crew relocated inside the spaceship two hours prior to the undocking.
The spacecraft is expected to make an Atlantic splashdown off Florida’s coast in 6.5 hours.
The Crew-1 mission arrived at the ISS last November and joined Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov (commander of ISS-64) and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov and NASA astronaut Kathleen Rubins who had been remaining in orbit since October 14, 2020 as part of the 64th main expedition and returned to Earth on April 17 in the Soyuz MS-17 manned spacecraft.

Four astronauts left the ISS aboard a SpaceX spacecraft, en route to Earth

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May 2, 2021 by archyde
Four astronauts, three Americans and one Japanese, left on Saturday the International space station aboard a SpaceX company ship, after more than 160 days in thespace which must end in a water landing off Florida in the middle of the night.
The Crew Dragon capsule detached from the ISS on schedule (8:35 p.m. Saturday on the US East Coast, 12:35 a.m. GMT Sunday). The flight back to Earth is expected to take approximately 6.5 hours.
Separation confirmed. Dragon will perform four departure burns to move away from the @space_stationpic.twitter.com/43GwSBrWJc
The four astronauts are scheduled to land on Sunday at 2:57 a.m. local time in the Gulf of Mexico (6:57 a.m. GMT). The planned landing site is located off Panama City, Florida, but other alternative sites have been designated as needed.

SpaceX Dragon prepares for splashdown on return from ISS - La Prensa Latina Media

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SpaceX Dragon prepares for splashdown on return from ISS
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Miami, May 1 (EFE).- SpaceX Dragon successfully separated from the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday, with the four Crew-1 astronauts on board readying for NASA’s first nighttime splashdown in 53 years.
NASA’s Shannon Walker, Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover, as well as Soichi Noguch, from the Japanese Space Agency, are scheduled to splash down in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday at 2.57 am local time (06:57 GMT), possibly across from Panama City, northwest Florida.
According to NASA, if the weather conditions are not ideal, the second option will be off the coast of Tampa, Florida.

Four astronauts on their way to earth aboard a SpaceX spacecraft

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Archyde
May 2, 2021 by archyde
The Crew Dragon capsule detached from the ISS at the scheduled 8:35 p.m. Saturday on the US east coast.
Thank you for your hospitality (…) we will meet again on Earth, launched Michael Hopkins, one of the four astronauts, to those who remained on board the Station.
The flight back to Earth is expected to take approximately 6.5 hours.
The four astronauts are scheduled to land at 2:57 a.m. on Sunday in the Gulf of Mexico. The planned landing site is located off Panama City, Florida, but other alternative sites have been designated as needed.
We trained to pick up the crews day and night, reassured Steve Stich, manager of the commercial flights program of NASA, questioned shortly before the departure of the capsule.

Space travel: After around six months: four astronauts leave the ISS

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May 2, 2021 by archyde
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After around six months: four astronauts leave the ISS
The US astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and their Japanese colleague Soichi Noguchi (from left) have left the ISS. Photo: NASA / dpa
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The astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Soichi Noguchi have left the slightly overcrowded space station ISS and are now on their return flight to Earth.
After around six months on board the International Space Station, four astronauts have left the ISS again.
The US space travelers Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover and Shannon Walker as well as their Japanese colleague Soichi Noguchi docked on Sunday night with a “Crew Dragon” capsule from the private space company SpaceX from the ISS, as announced by SpaceX and the US space agency NASA . On Sunday they should land in the sea off the US state of Florida – the return flight to earth had been postponed by a day due to bad weather. The so-called “Crew-1” docked at the ISS in November.

NASA and SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts safely splash down off Florida coast

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Four astronauts strapped into a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule safely splashed down into glasslike waters off the Florida coast early Sunday, wrapping up their six-month mission to the International Space Station.
After departing the night before, Victor Glover, Mike Hopkins, Soichi Noguchi, and Shannon Walker were lowered into the Gulf of Mexico under the safety of four main parachutes at 2:57 a.m. Eastern time. SpaceX boats stationed near Panama City quickly swarmed the capsule, named Resilience, and prepped for recovery.
"On behalf of NASA and SpaceX teams, we welcome you back to planet Earth and thanks for flying SpaceX," a Crew Operations and Resources Engineer, or CORE, said during the live webcast. "For those of you enrolled in our frequent flier program, you've earned 68 million miles on this voyage."

Four Astronauts Back Home After Riding SpaceX's Dragon Capsule Through Atmosphere - Space

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Four Astronauts Splash Down In SpaceX’s Crew Dragon After 6 Month Stay In Space

SpaceX Crew-1 Dragon returns to Earth after 168 days in space

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Four Crew-1 Dragon astronauts returned to Earth after six months aboard the ISS, splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico in the dark of night.

SpaceX returns 4 astronauts to Earth in splashdown off Florida coast

Four astronauts strapped into a Crew Dragon capsule splashed down into the Gulf of Mexico, wrapping up a mission to the International Space Station.

NASA, SpaceX complete first crew rotation mission to space

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ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet of France, NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, and JAXA astronaut Akihiko Hoshide of Japan of Crew 2 assemble with Crew 1 for a welcome ceremony after they arrived aboard the International Space Station, after docking SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule obiting the earth April 24, 2021 in a still image from video. [Photo/Agencies]
WASHINGTON - The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying four Crew-1 astronauts parachuted to a splashdown off the coast of Florida early Sunday, completing a six-month mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
The spacecraft, named Resilience, splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida at 2:56 am Eastern Time (0656 GMT) Sunday.

SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts come home with rare pre-dawn splashdown

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SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts come home with rare pre-dawn splashdown
By William Harwood
May 2, 2021 / 6:56 AM
/ CBS News
Four astronauts strapped into their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, undocked from the International Space Station and plunged to a fiery pre-dawn splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico Sunday, closing out the first operational flight of SpaceX's futuristic touch-screen ferry ship.
Crew-1 commander Michael Hopkins, along with NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi, disconnected from the space-facing port of the station's forward Harmony module at 8:35 p.m. EDT Saturday.
That set up only the second piloted water landing for NASA's post-shuttle commercial crew program and just the third night splashdown in space history — the first in nearly 45 years.

What's next? SpaceX private flight, Crew-3, Artemis mission, more

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What's next? SpaceX private flight, Crew-3, Artemis mission, more
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SpaceX Crew Dragon ‘Resilience’ completes first nighttime splashdown
After departing from the International Space Station the night prior, SpaceX Crew-1 returned safely to Earth very early on Sunday morning.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - SpaceX has successfully completed another crewed mission and they have a lot more space exploration planned for the future.
On Sunday, the SpaceX Crew Dragon "Resilience" splashdown in darkness, parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Panama City, Florida, just before 3 a.m., ending the second astronaut flight for the space company.

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