Endeavour Undocking Tomorrow + Alpha 2 Ready for Hot Fire | SpaceX Pink
The Crew-2 targeting a return to Earth no earlier than Nov 8, with a splashdown off the coast of Florida. Crew Dragon Endeavour is scheduled to undock from the international Space Station on Nov 7. the crew 2 preparations inside dragon. thomas pesquet said: It’s been a fantastic ride and now we’re ready to go home and reunite with our loved ones. I couldn’t have hoped for better crewmates, or better people fly to space with. I told them on the launchpad, and it’s unchanged after 6 months in a tin can, 24/7. The new spacex crane is up and ready for work, until we have an official name for it, i will call it x. and Buucky is going down, end of service at starbase. a beautiful starbase view from labpadre sapphire cam. self propelled modular transporter moved to the orbital launch site. Megan McArthur shared this beautiful picture, she said: Getting ready to come home, and these last few nights of aurora viewing from the Station, have felt like a gift. Hopefully some of you are enjoying the view from the other side too. this is Firefly Alpha rocket 2 on the pad, Ready for hot fire. a close up view by starship gazer at the top of ship 21 nosecone. ship after ship, spacex team will be able to install the heat tiles faster, and with more precision. change of command ceremony at the international space station, between thomas pesquet and Anton Shkaplerov, emotional speech, with big hug at the end.