SpaceX to reuse the Crew Dragon for their third astronaut launch?


Third manned Crew Dragon launch set to occur in 2021. SpaceX is considering reusing its first Crew Dragon spacecraft to launch astronauts for their third astronaut launch. The mission is tentatively slated to take place in early 2021. Senior writer at SpaceNews Jeff Foust first reported the story via Twitter.  According to Foust, a NASA […]

Demo-2 is now officially complete!

Crew Dragon “Endeavour” performed a successful splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico The Dragon capsule carrying NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley splashed down off the coast of Pensacola, Florida at 2:48 p.m. Eastern. Afterwards, SpaceX’s offshore recovery ship, the Go Navigator, lifted the capsule out of the water, and hoisted it aboard. After […]

Software powering Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule

Software powering Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon To all developers, software engineers and techies out there, this blog is for you. As you may well know by now, Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon have successfully launched and carried Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken into orbit on May 30. Apart from hardware, the launch wouldn’t have […]

Crew-Dragon Recap

Crew-Dragon Recap To say that the past week was an eventful one would be a gigantic understatement. This past week’s recap will focus almost exclusively on SpaceX since it has made history and has become the first private company to launch astronauts into orbit using its own commercially-made spacecraft. May 26: Final Preparations for Demo-2 […]