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Try brilliant for free for 30 days: 🤍 - The first 200 people will get 20% off their annual subscription. The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft takes astronauts too and from the International Space Station. Come see how it works! Thanks to Florian Kordina (🤍EDA_Flo) for his help reviewing this video! Smoke simulation (12:55) by Joel Adams: 🤍 This video has been dubbed using an artificial voice via 🤍 to increase accessibility. You can change the audio track language in the Settings menu. 📱Follow me on social media: Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 ⌚Timestamps: 00:00-Intro 02:05-ISS 02:46-Dragon Versions 03:29-Parts of Crew Dragon 05:13-Trunk 06:09-Inside 07:55-Reusable 08:32-Flight Timeline 09:02-Launch Pad 10:32-Day of launch 12:05-Falcon 9 Stages 12:55-Liftoff 15:04-Getting to ISS 15:31-Docking VS Berthing 16:08-Docking 18:10-Contact 🌐Internet Sources: SpaceX Website - 🤍 Inside SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule (Discovery) - 🤍 SpaceX Dragon V2 | Unveil Event (SpaceX) - 🤍 Crew Demo-2 | Launch (SpaceX) - 🤍 Crew Demo-2 | Approach and Docking - 🤍 Commercial Crew Press Kit - 🤍 📘Book Sources: SpaceX's Dragon: America's Next Generation Spacecraft by Erik Seedhouse 🤍 Liftoff: Elon Musk and the Desperate Early Days that Launched SpaceX by Eric Berger 🤍 🟠This animation was made with blender 3.4 (Cycles Render) 🎵Music (soundstripe.com): "World Collide" by Michael Briguglio "Glacier of Jungfrau" by Cody Martin "Lemon Drop" by Cody Martin "Sun Dust" by Cody Martin "West" by Shimmer I bought several 3D models for this animation but some of them were heavily modified for this animation. Crew Dragon Capsule - 🤍 International Space Station - 🤍 Tesla Model X - 🤍 SpaceX Spacesuit - 🤍 🎧Here is some of the gear that I use for animation: Graphics Card: GTX 3090ti 🤍 Microphone: Shure MV7 🤍 Mouse: Razer Naga X 🤍 Chair: Staples Gaming Chair 🤍 Video Summary: The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft is now launching astronauts from American soil. The Spacecraft has two parts: the capsule and the trunk. The capsule can fit a crew of four. The trunk has the radiator panels and the solar panels. The Spacecraft is launched aboard the Falcon 9 Rocket which is a 2 stage rocket. The launch happens in Florida at Launch Complex 39A. The Transporter Erector moves the rocket from the Horizontal Integration Facility right up next to the Fixed Service Structure. The astronauts get to ride in a Tesla Model X. They take the elevator up to the top and then walk across the Crew Access Arm to get to the White Room. This is where Crew Ingress will happen. From launch to orbit takes about 9 minutes. Over the following 24 hours the Crew Dragon will catch up and dock to the International Space Station. First the series of 3 waypoints, then Crew Hands Off Point (CHOP), then Soft Capture and then Hard Capture. Then say hi to the astronauts that are already on board the station. #b3d #SpaceX #LaunchAmerica
Crew Dragon’s test flight with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on board the spacecraft marked the return of U.S. human spaceflight and the first-time in history a commercial company successfully transported NASA astronauts to the International Space Station and back home to Earth.
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On March 8, 2019, the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft undocks from the International Space Station, after nearly 5 days aboard the orbiting laboratory during the company’s Demo-1 mission for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program and descends to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere. Just over 5 hours later, the uncrewed spacecraft splashes down in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida and is recovered by SpaceX teams.
The SpaceX unveil event of Dragon Version 2, the next generation spacecraft designed to carry astronauts to Earth orbit and beyond. The spacecraft will be capable of carrying up to seven crewmembers, landing propulsively almost anywhere on Earth, and refueling and flying again for rapid reusability. As a modern, 21st century manned spacecraft, Dragon v2 will revolutionize access to space.
In this video, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley take viewers on a tour of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft that will take them on a 19-hour-journey to their new home in orbit. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A at 3:22 p.m. EDT on May 30 with the astronauts aboard for a mission to the orbiting laboratory. Crew Dragon will perform a series of phasing maneuvers to gradually approach and autonomously dock with the International Space Station on Sunday, May 31, at approximately 10:29 a.m. EDT. Learn more about the mission by visiting 🤍
Coast Phase: 🤍 SpaceX and NASA are targeting Sunday, November 15 for Falcon 9’s launch of Dragon’s first operational crew mission (Crew-1) to the International Space Station (ISS) from historic Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instantaneous launch window opens at 7:27 p.m. EST on November 15, 00:27 UTC on November 16. Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Just Read the Instructions” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch webcast will go live about 4 hours before liftoff. Tune in here to watch live.
SpaceX is targeting Sunday, January 19 for an in-flight test of Crew Dragon’s launch escape capabilities from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This test, which does not have NASA astronauts onboard the spacecraft, is intended to demonstrate Crew Dragon’s ability to reliably carry crew to safety in the unlikely event of an emergency on ascent. The six-hour test window opens at 8:00 a.m. EST, or 13:00 UTC. A backup opportunity with the same six-hour launch window opening at 8:00 a.m. EST, or 13:00 UTC, is available on Monday, January 20. Current weather data suggests our best opportunity for the launch escape test will be towards the end of the four-hour window, but we will continue to provide updates as new data becomes available.
On May 25, 2012 SpaceX made history when the Dragon spacecraft became the first privately developed vehicle in history to successfully attach to the International Space Station. Previously only four governments the United States, Russia, Japan and the European Space Agency had achieved this feat. This video features highlights from the mission, including: May 22: Launch Day: SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket launched the Dragon spacecraft into orbit from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. May 23: Dragon orbited Earth as it traveled toward the International Space Station. May 24: Dragon's sensors and flight systems were subjected to a series of tests to determine if the vehicle was ready to attach to the space station. May 25: NASA gave Dragon the GO to attempt berthing with the station. Dragon approached. It was successfully captured by the station's robotic arm. May 26: US astronaut Don Pettit opened Dragon's hatch and the astronauts entered. May 31: After six days at the International Space Station, Dragon departed for its return to Earth, carrying a load of cargo for NASA. SpaceX completed its historic mission when Dragon splashed down safely in the Pacific.
How do you actually get back from orbit? Do you just pump the brakes and fall right out of space? Well, there’s a lot of fun physics involved in deorbiting and today we’ll do a summary of how you deorbit, go over the hardware that allows the Crew Dragon Capsule to reenter and safely splash down, we’ll go over the sequence of events and even the exact conditions that need to be met in order to allow for a safe reentry. Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro 03:10 - Re-Entry Criteria 05:30 - Crew Dragon Re-Entry Timeline 12:35 - Hardware Overview 25:10 - Orbital Mechanics Rundown 29:30 - Summary Article Version (Written by Alex Crouch) 🤍 Want to support what I do? Consider becoming a Patreon supporter for access to exclusive livestreams, our discord channel and subreddit! - 🤍 This episode wouldn't be possible without my incredible Mission Directors!!! Ziad ramadan, Arthur Carty, John H, Lawrence Mansour, Bob Lewis, DLB, Joshua Rule, Gerardo Barillas, lil rod, Ryan M., David Glover, Scott G Raderstorf, Nicholas T. Gallman, Mahlon Miller, Max Haot, John Malkin, TTTA, Jared smith, Simon Pilkington, Héctor Ramos, Tomdmay, Mac Malkawi, Ole Mathias Aarseth Heggem, Eric Beavers, John H and Matt Rixon Or become a YouTube member for some bonus perks as well! - 🤍 The best place for all your space merch needs! 🤍 All music is original! Check out my album "Maximum Aerodynamic Pressure" anywhere you listen to music (Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, etc) or click here for easy links - 🤍 I'm the cohost of an awesome podcast where we talk all about current technologies and how they shape our future! 🤍 or here on YouTube 🤍
On Saturday, August 26 at 3:27 a.m. ET (07:27 UTC), Falcon 9 launched Dragon’s seventh operational human spaceflight mission (Crew-7) to the International Space Station from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage landed on Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Dragon will autonomously dock with the space station on Sunday, August 27 at approximately 8:39 a.m. ET (12:39 UTC). Follow Dragon and the crew’s flight below. During their time on the orbiting laboratory, the crew will conduct science and technology demonstrations to prepare for human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit and to benefit humanity on Earth, in addition to space station maintenance activities. The webcast will resume approximately two hours prior to docking.
SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts Victor glover, Shannon Walker, Michael Hopkins and Soichi Noguchi are back on Earth after 167 days in space. See the highlights of their return from hatch close to splashdown. SpaceX's Crew-1 astronaut mission to the International Space Station in photos: 🤍 Credit: NASA
SpaceX has conducted over 700 tests of the Crew Dragon's SuperDraco engine according to a recent tweet. See some amazing views of the abort test launch and more. Story: See SpaceX's Crew Dragon Parachutes in Action in This Epic Video Compilation: 🤍 Credit: SpaceX
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 astronauts lifted off at 12 p.m. EDT Wednesday, Oct. 5, from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, bound for the International Space Station for the fifth commercial crew rotation mission aboard the microgravity laboratory. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket propelled the Crew Dragon spacecraft with NASA astronauts Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Anna Kikina, into orbit to begin a long-duration science mission on the space station. The Crew Dragon spacecraft, named Endurance, will dock autonomously to the forward port of the station’s Harmony module at 4:57 p.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 6. Join NASA as we go forward to the Moon and on to Mars discover the latest on Earth, the Solar System and beyond with a weekly update in your inbox. Subscribe at: 🤍nasa.gov/subscribe
NASA astronauts Stephen Bowen and Woody Hoburg, UAE astronaut Sultan Alneyadi, and cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev—the four members of NASA's SpaceX Crew-6 mission—are scheduled to splash down off the coast of Florida at 12:17 a.m. EDT (0417 UTC) on Monday, Sept. 4, concluding their six-month stay in low Earth orbit. Join NASA and SpaceX for live coverage of Crew-6 and their Dragon Endeavour spacecraft from reentry through recovery. While aboard the International Space Station, Crew-6 contributed to a number of studies to help us learn how to live in space while making life better back on Earth: 🤍 Follow the latest mission updates on our NASA blogs: 🤍 Credit: NASA Thumbnail credit: NASA/Keegan Barber #NASA #SpaceX #Astronauts #Crew6
A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft with four astronauts aboard launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Saturday (August 26) and headed for the International Space Station (ISS). The Crew-7 spacecraft took off at 0726 GMT with NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Andreas Mogensen, JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Satoshi Furukawa, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Konstantin Borisov on board. After separation in space, the Falcon 9 first-stage rocket successfully landed at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, according to NASA. The Crew-7 mission is expected to reach the ISS after a 22-hour journey. The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍 #iss #space #rocket
The crew of the “Endeavour” Crew Dragon spacecraft for the Crew-6 mission to the International Space Station, NASA astronauts Stephen Bowen and Warren Hoburg, Roscosmos cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev and UAE astronaut Sultan Alneyadi, was successfully recovered after splashing down off the coast of Florida 4 September 2023, at 04:17 UTC (00:17 EDT). Credit: NASA/SpaceX “Endeavour” Crew Dragon recovery operations and astronauts egress Crew-6 astronauts egress #CrewDragon
NASA and SpaceX completed a launch escape demonstration of the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020. This was the final major flight test of the spacecraft before it begins carrying astronauts to the International Space Station under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Crew Dragon lifted off from Launch Complex 39A aboard a Falcon 9 rocket at 10:30 a.m. EST, then separated from the rocket after an intentionally triggered launch escape. Dragon’s drogue and main parachutes sequenced to provide for a soft landing in the Atlantic Ocean.
On Sunday, August 27 at 9:16 a.m. ET, SpaceX’s Dragon autonomously docked with the International Space Station. Almost 30 hours earlier at 3:27 a.m. ET, Falcon 9 launched the spacecraft and Crew-7 to orbit from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During their time on the orbiting laboratory, the crew will conduct science and technology demonstrations to prepare for human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit and to benefit humanity on Earth.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX, successfully launched astronauts into orbit, ushering in a new age of human spaceflight in the United States. The flight marked the first time astronauts have launched into orbit from American soil in nearly a decade, and SpaceX is now the first company to send passengers to orbit on a privately made vehicle. The two astronauts — veteran NASA fliers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley — rode into space inside SpaceX’s new automated spacecraft called the Crew Dragon, a capsule designed to take people to and from the International Space Station. Strapped inside the sleek, gumdrop-shaped capsule, the duo lifted off on top of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 3:22PM ET on May 30th, 2020. Follow me on twitter : 🤍 #SpaceX #NASA #ElonMusk
NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Andreas Mogensen, JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Satoshi Furukawa, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Konstantin Borisov launched aboard the SpaceX Dragon Endurance spacecraft on Aug. 26 on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The four crew members are scheduled to arrive at the International Space Station on Aug. 27 where they will conduct a six-month mission living and working aboard the microgravity laboratory to advance scientific knowledge and demonstrate new technologies for future human and robotic exploration missions. Such research benefits people on Earth and lays the groundwork for future human exploration through the agency’s Artemis missions, which will send astronauts to the Moon to prepare for future expeditions to Mars. _ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION! X: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour streaked across the Florida sky before splashing down off the coast of Jacksonville early Monday, Sept. 4, 2023, bringing four NASA astronauts safely back to earth after a six-month mission at the International Space Station.
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Tune in live as the Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft docks to the International Space Station with astronauts Shane Kimbrough, Megan McArthur of NASA, Thomas Pesquet of ESA (European Space Agency), and Akihiko Hoshide of JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) aboard. The four astronauts will begin a six-month science mission on the station. Docking is scheduled to occur at 5:10 a.m. EDT (9:10 a.m. UTC), Saturday, April 24, followed by the hatch opening at 7:15 a.m. EDT (11:15 a.m. UTC), and a welcome ceremony at 7:45 a.m. EDT (11:45 a.m. UTC) Saturday, April 24.
On Sunday, September 3 at 7:05 a.m. ET, Dragon autonomously undocked from the International Space Station. After performing a series of departure burns to move away from the space station, Dragon will conduct multiple orbit-lowering maneuvers, jettison the trunk, and re-enter Earth’s atmosphere for splashdown off the coast of Florida approximately 17 hours later at 12:17 a.m. ET on Monday, September 4. Aboard the spacecraft will be Crew-6 NASA astronauts Stephen Bowen and Woody Hoburg, Rocosmos cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev, and UAE (United Arab Emirates) astronaut Sultan Alneyadi, who flew to the space station on Dragon when Falcon 9 launched the spacecraft from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Thursday, March 2 at 12:34 a.m. ET.
The SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour docked with the International Space Station on April 9, 2022. Aboard were the Axiom Space AX-1 crew Michael López-Alegría (commander), Larry Connor (pilot), Mark Pathy (mission specialist) & Eytan Stibbe (mission specialist). Live Updates: 🤍 Credit: SpaceX
The hatch of SpaceX’s Crew-7 “Endurance” Crew Dragon spacecraft, with NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen, JAXA astronaut Satoshi Furukawa and Roscosmos cosmonaut Konstantin Borisov, was opened on 27 August 2023, at 14:58 UTC (10:58 EDT). Crew-7 is SpaceX’s seventh operational mission for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Credits: NASA/SpaceX “Endurance” Crew Dragon hatch opening #CrewDragon #Crew7
On Sunday, May 21 at 5:37 p.m. ET (21:37 UTC), Falcon 9 launched Axiom Space’s Axiom Mission 2 (Ax-2) to the International Space Station from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage landed on Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Dragon will autonomously dock with the space station on Monday, May 22 at approximately 9:16 a.m. ET (13:16 UTC). During their time on the orbiting laboratory, the crew will conduct over 20 science and technology experiments in areas such as human physiology, physical sciences, and STEAM to help expand knowledge to benefit life on Earth in areas such as healthcare, materials, technology development, and enable industrial advances. The webcast will resume approximately two hours prior to docking.
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Why SpaceX Dragon is 100x BETTER Than Russian Soyuz? Russia is SHOCKED! 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF MUSIC: Kyrylo Zaplotynskyi - Adventure Epic Background 🤍 More free music: 🤍 The Doctor - Infraction: 🤍 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS Everyday Astronaut: 🤍 🤍 The real reason Astronauts prefer SpaceX Dragon over others, Russia is SHOCKED! "The Dragon is the best, short answer!" This is what Japanese aerospace agency (JAXA) astronaut Soichi Noguchi explained during a press conference from aboard the space station said, comparing the experience to riding NASA's Space Shuttles and Russia's Soyuz spacecraft. But why and how SpaceX Dragon can do that feat? This is The real reason Astronauts prefer SpaceX Dragon over others, Russia is SHOCKED! Firstly, talking about space, safety is certainly the biggest concern for astronauts. Soyuz, the capsule claimed the life of the first astronaut to fly in it and was later involved in one of the worst accidents in spaceflight history. The basic design for Soyuz was established in 1962 by the Soviet rocket engineer Sergei Korolev. The craft was intended to become the spaceship that would carry Soviet cosmonauts to the moon. On 28 November 1966, an unmanned version was launched with the aim of carrying out a rendezvous with a second Soyuz to be launched the next day. However, the craft’s systems failed within minutes of reaching orbit and the mission was abandoned. A follow-up mission ended in disaster when its launcher exploded on the launch pad, killing one person. Why SpaceX Dragon is 100x BETTER Than Russian Soyuz? Russia is SHOCKED!
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the CRS-29 cargo Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida at 8:28 p.m. EST on Nov. 9, 2023 (0128 GMT on Nov. 10). Broadcast courtesy: NASA
See the approach and soft capture of the SpaceX CRS-29 cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station. The capsule arrived at the orbital outpost on Nov. 11, 2023. See the launch: 🤍 Credit: NASA
NASA’s SpaceX Dragon Endurance spacecraft carrying NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Andreas Mogensen, JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Satoshi Furukawa, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Konstantin Borisov autonomously docked to the space-facing port of the Harmony module of the International Space Station at 9:16 a.m. EDT on Aug. 27 following a launch the day before on the SpaceX Dragon Endurance spacecraft aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Following docking, the quartet opened the hatch and floated onboard the orbital outpost before providing welcoming remarks as their mission aboard the space station began. The four crew members will conduct a long-duration science mission living and working aboard the microgravity laboratory to advance scientific knowledge and demonstrate new technologies for future human and robotic exploration missions. Such research benefits people on Earth and lays the groundwork for future human exploration through the agency’s Artemis missions, which will send astronauts to the Moon to prepare for future expeditions to Mars. _ FOLLOW THE SPACE STATION! X: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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The “Endeavour” Crew Dragon spacecraft splashed down off the coast of Florida on 4 September 2023, at 04:17 UTC (00:17 EDT). Crew-6 is SpaceX’s fifth operational mission for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, the “Endeavour” Crew Dragon spacecraft transporting NASA astronauts Stephen Bowen and Warren Hoburg, Roscosmos cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev and UAE astronaut Sultan Alneyadi to and from the International Space Station. Credit: NASA/SpaceX “Endeavour” Crew Dragon splashdown #CrewDragon