1. SpaceX’s Crew Dragon is now in Florida to prep for its first flight with astronauts onboard  TechCrunch
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SpaceX has moved its Crew Dragon commercial astronaut spacecraft to Florida, the site from which it’ll launch in likely just two to three months’ time if all goes to plan. The Crew Dragon capsule is now going to undergo final testing and checkouts in Florida before its departure from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, where […]SpaceX has moved its Crew Dragon commercial astronaut spacecraft to Florida, the site from which it’ll launch in likely just two to three months’ time if all goes to plan. The Crew Dragon capsule is now going to undergo final testing and checkouts in Florida before its departure from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, where […]

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon is now in Florida to prep for its first flight with astronauts onboard – TechCrunch

The mission is reportedly meant to further the possibility of a spacecraft regularly transporting people to and from the International Space Station.The mission is reportedly meant to further the possibility of a spacecraft regularly transporting people to and from the International Space Station.

SpaceX Crew Dragon preps for first flight in Florida - CNET

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