From dodging space debris to welcoming the first-ever fully private astronaut mission to the International Space Station, SpaceX's Crew-3 mission had a very eventful six months off Earth. Crew-3 docked with the International Space Station (ISS) on Nov. 11, and the mission's four astronauts witnessed a rapidly changing space environment almost from the moment they arrived.
Nasa’s Crew-3 team returned home Friday morning, and immediately got to work doing science to help Nasa get to Mars The four astronauts of Nasa’s Crew-3 mission have returned from the International Space Station after 177 days in space. And although they’re back on the ground, the Crew-3 astronauts still have important work to do.
City A.M.’s Millie Turner offers up a roundup of the most important news across the space industry, every Friday. This week: SpaceX deepens commercial ties with NASA Artemis: NASA latest stage in returning to the moon Space regulations race to catch up with technology SpaceX brought four astronauts back down to Earth last night, as it deepens its commercial ties with NASA.
Washington [US], May 6 (ANI): Indian-American astronaut Raja Chari was among the four astronauts aboard a Space X spacecraft which on Friday safely splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Florida, US after spending nearly six months at the International Space Station.
SpaceX returned the astronauts of NASA's Crew-3 mission to Earth early Friday morning. Crew Dragon capsule Endurance splashed down off the coast of Tampa in the Gulf of Mexico. The SpaceX-launched mission carried a team of four: NASA astronauts Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn and Kayla Barron, and European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer.
Splashdown in Gulf of Mexico SpaceX has brought four astronauts home with a midnight splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico, capping the busiest month yet for Elon Musk’s space taxi service. The three US astronauts and one German transported back to Earth in the capsule were bobbing off the Florida coast, near Tampa, less than 24 hours after leaving the International Space Station.
SpaceX has brought four astronauts home with a midnight splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico, capping the busiest month yet for Elon Musk’s space taxi service. The three US astronauts and one German transported back to Earth in the capsule were bobbing off the Florida coast, near Tampa, less than 24 hours after leaving the International Space Station.
The crew of four astronauts, including one German, splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico. SpaceX Dragon capsule uses parachutes as it descends in the Gulf of Mexico NASA's Crew-3 mission returned to Earth on Friday, splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida, after months of orbital research that spanned from space-grown chilies to robots.
Descending under parachutes into the Gulf of Mexico, SpaceX's Dragon capsule "Endurance" brought four astronauts back from the International Space Station after an almost six-month stay. Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn and Kayla Barron, all of NASA, and Matthias Maurer with the European Space Agency (ESA) splashed down Friday (May 6) at 12:43 a.m. EDT (0443 GMT).
Splashdown! SpaceX successfully returns four astronauts home to Earth following a six-month stint on the International Space Station
The Crew-3 mission splashed down at 12:43am ET (5:43am BST) on Friday, May 6 Four-person crew - three Americans and one German - spent 177 days on the ISS SpaceX sent up their replacements that make up the Crew-4 mission last week Elon Musk's SpaceX has successfully returned four astronauts home to Earth following a six-month stint on the International Space Station (ISS).
A SpaceX spacecraft carrying four astronauts will return to Earth before dawn on Friday (May 6) and you can watch it happen live online. The SpaceX Dragon capsule Endurance is poised to splash down off the coast of Florida at 12:43 a.m. EDT (0443 GMT) to wrap up a six-month mission to the International Space Station.
Russia is now in charge of the International Space Station after the previous NASA commander departed the orbiting outpost earlier today. US astronaut Tom Marshburn had been the commander of the ISS for just over a month, but transferred control to Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev ahead of his return to Earth.
Three NASA astronauts and a European astronaut are returning home from the International Space Station, capping off their six-month mission during which they worked alongside Russian cosmonauts and hosted the first all-private crew to visit the orbiting outpost. The crew climbed aboard their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule after midnight and detached from the space station in the early hours of Thursday morning.