Range Tracking

Crew Dragon Demo-1 returns to Port Canaveral


The Crew Dragon Demo-1 spacecraft that recently returned from the International Space Station after flying an automatic test flight there and back returns to Port Canaveral aboard the Go Searcher recovery ship on 9 March 2019. The Demo-1 spacecraft had parachuted to a landing in the Atlantic Ocean the day before. The arrival back at Port was the beginning of a late night operation to get the spacecraft off the ship and back to its hanger for study. A successful outcome to this flight means astronauts will be flying to the International Space Station aboard the next Crew Dragon later in the year. Click to view the arrival and unloading operations.

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