Tag: Splashdown

  • SpaceX completes Crewed Dragon mission

    This morning the first Crewed Dragon mission came to an end with a successful splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. The spacecraft which was launched last Saturday spent five days docked to the International Space Station during which time the crew spent time unloading and loading cargo and performing tests and inspections. The hatches between the…

  • SpaceX Dragon completes CRS-14 mission

    SpaceX’s Dragon Capsule completed its CRS-14 mission today with the successful splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. The capsule which was launched on April 2nd and spent 31 days attached to the International Space Station before being loaded with critical experiments and cargo that will now be processed by NASA. Good splashdown of Dragon confirmed, completing…

  • SpaceX’s Dragon successfully completes CRS-13 mission

    The Dragon capsule that was launched late last year completed it’s mission to the International Space Station with a successful splashdown in the Pacific¬†Ocean today. In another first, this time for NASA and the Canadian Space Agency the Dragon capsule was released by the robotics engineers on the ground instead of using the Astronauts aboard…

  • SpaceX Dragon completes visit to ISS

    In what looks to become another busy day for SpaceX the Dragon cargo vehicle that spent a month at the station following its successful launch last month was released by the station this morning and completed a successful splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at 8:12 EDT. This was the second mission for this vehicle and…

  • SpaceX successfully concludes CRS-5 mission

    Despite having to again delay the launch of the DSCOVR mission, this time due to higher than acceptable upper level winds, they still had a successful conclusion to another mission that has been in space for the last month. The Dragon capsule that was docked to the International Space Station as part of there Commercial…