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    T plus 1 and Dragon/Falcon 9 is Supersonic !!
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    From where 4me is at, saw just about an Inch of the Flame as it rose Up Higher and Higher then all Gone from View... Still "Felt Great Inside" watching what 4me saw...!!!
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    Docking will be available for viewing on the same link. It will occur at or about 11:00 p.m. EST today.
    Beginner's Guide for Rocket, NFPS and IKS66...
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    These Astornaughts are coming home today afer a 6 month stay on the International Space Station.
    They are scheduled to splash down off the Florida coast about now
    I saw the successful loading onto the Crew Dragon Spaceship named Resilience, earlier this evening (Saturday evening) and then the Undocking of the ship from the ISS.

    It was to be a 6 hour flight to splash down.

    They were to re-enter Earth's atmosphere at 25 times the speed of sound, deploy four parachutes and then glide to a gentle splashdown in the ocean at about 2:57 a.m. ET on Sunday morning.



    This just in...
    The Crew Dragon Resilience has splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico.
    In darkness, four astronauts splashed down early Sunday morning in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City, Fla.

    The last time that NASA astronauts splashed down in the nighttime was in 1968, when the three astronauts of Apollo 8, the first to orbit the moon, returned to Earth.
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