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Congratulations! Crew Demo-2 Successfully launched

Updated: Jul 31


> Update 31-05-2020 01:10AM IST

🚀Succesful Lift-off

🚀 Succesful (falcon) first stage landing

🚀succesful dragon seperation

🚀Both Astronauts on the way to ISS.

After the launch, Crew will spend 19 hrs towards the journey to the ISS.


#ReusableRockets are the future.


> Update 30-05-2020 07:00PM IST


The Launch of crew dragon, which was delayed due to weather conditions, has been re-scheduled. The updated launch time is 31-05-2020 12:55 AM. Weather Conditions and Physical Availability seems to be in favour now.


Live Coverage of Launch and Discussion by SpaceX:

Live Coverage of Launch and Discussion by NASA:


image by Spaceflight Now

> Update 28-05-2020 02:05 AM

The launch has been delayed due to unfavorable weather conditions. The next attempt is scheduled on Saturday. (GMT)


> Update 27-05-2020 11:15 AM

Astronauts Duog Hurley and Bob Behnken are all set for the launch of SpaceX Crew Dragon which is a very critical launch in recent times. Everythings seems going as planned, as of now. Astronauts will make a trek to International Space Station which will be of 19 hours followed by opening hatch. They will spend about 2-4 months on International Space Station. The Second half of the mission will be their departure from ISS, Earth entry and Splash down in the Atlantic Ocean.


The Lift-off was set for 04:33 pm EDT (20:33 GMT) from NASA's Kennedy Space Centre's Launch Pad 39A. The mission has taken almost 4 years in the making and now it's all set to launch.





RECORDED LIVE OF FIRST ATTEMPT:



All the best to the crew and ground team.






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