Crew Dragon docked to ISS

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft docked at the International Space Station (ISS). On board were astronauts from the American NASA, European and Japanese space agencies (ESA and JAXA) Robert Shane Kimbrough, Megan MacArthur, Toma Peske and Akihiko Hoshide.

“Four SpaceX Crew-2 astronauts docked Crew Dragon Endeavor to the station today at 5:08 am ET (12:08 pm Moscow time – Kommersant ) the day after launch,” the ISS said on Twitter.

With the arrival of the crew, 11 people will be at the station for four days. For the first time, two Crew Dragon ships were docked to the ISS. The new crew will work at the station for about six months. This is Crew Dragon's second flight to the ISS.

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