SpaceX's Crew Dragon docked to ISS

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon docked to ISS

SpaceX's crewed Crew Dragon, with four astronauts on board, docked at the International Space Station. The broadcast is on the NASA website.

On Friday, April 23rd, the ship took off in Florida. At approximately 5:08 am ET and at 12:08 pm Moscow time, the spacecraft docked to the ISS.

– Four SpaceX Crew-2 astronauts docked Crew Dragon Endeavor to the station today at 5.08 ET the day after launch, the ISS reported on Twitter.

Four astronauts move from Crew Dragon to ISS

SpaceX's Crew Dragon docked to ISS

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    Recall that the crew of the spacecraft includes NASA astronauts Megan MacArthur, Robert Shane Kimbro, Frenchman Tom Peske and Japanese Akihiko Hoshide.

    On May 31, 2020, the KP.ru website also reported on the first docking of the crewed spacecraft Crew Dragon with the ISS. The flight of the Ilona Musk company Space X was the first private manned flight in history. Since 2011, NASA astronauts have been delivered to the orbital station exclusively on Russian ships.

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