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Ride along with our vehicle designed to carry astronauts as it accelerates from 0-100 mph in 1.2 sec during a critical Pad Abort Test earlier this month 
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Dragon has left the International Space Station and completed its 3 departure burns, setting it on course for splashdown in the Pacific at around 12:42pm ET today.
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Adventure awaits! Explore Mars’ ultimate vacation destinations 
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The force of gravity on the surface of Mars is only 38% that of Earth. Unfortunately this makes Mars an unlikely candidate for human colonization.
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Just after 9am ET, a Crew Dragon test article completed a Pad Abort Test, the first critical test in preparation for our first human missions.
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+Camerin hahn a moon base is just a step to assuring humans don't become EXTINCT, assuming we don't blow our selfs up...
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Weather remains 60% “GO” for tonight’s Falcon 9 launch attempt. The launch window opens at 6:14pm ET and will last 90 minutes.

Live launch webcast begins at 5:55pm ET: www.spacex.com/webcast
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Dragon just completed its longest stay yet at the International Space Station, bringing back 3,100 lbs of cargo & science for NASA.
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+Alfonso Rivera Jr. On this scale, no. Voyager might prove my point =)
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Tomorrow: Dragon to release from the International Space Station and bring over 3,000 lbs of research & equipment back to Earth.

Live updates: http://livestream.com/spacex/events/3959775
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to see Dragon V2, CST-100 & The Orion take their place in Orbit soon.
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From 0 to 100 mph in 1.2 seconds – more info on Crew Dragon’s successful test today: http://www.spacex.com/news/2015/05/06/crew-dragon-completes-pad-abort-test
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Today: First major test of Crew Dragon’s launch abort system. Test window is 9am – 4pm ET, live TestCast at www.spacex.com/webcast.

What’s this test all about? Check out: http://www.spacex.com/news/2015/05/04/5-things-know-about-spacexs-pad-abort-test
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+Jan Mašek They didn't attempt a first stage landing on this launch.
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Dragon's solar arrays being deployed after entering Earth orbit last week (2x speed) https://vine.co/v/ea10ZjP3zQ5 
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+Denis Speranskiy probably space debris
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SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches the world’s most advanced rockets and spacecraft.
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SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches the world’s most advanced rockets and spacecraft. The company was founded in 2002 by Elon Musk to revolutionize space transportation, with the ultimate goal of making life multiplanetary. In 2010, SpaceX became the first commercial company in history to send a spacecraft into orbit and return it safely to Earth. In May 2012, SpaceX again made history when its Dragon spacecraft became the first commercial vehicle to successfully attach to the International Space Station, something previously accomplished only by governments.  In October 2012 and March 2013, Dragon again successfully delivered cargo to and from the space station in its first two official cargo resupply missions for NASA.

 

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