SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule splashes down off Florida coast

TOMORROW. WATER RESCUE CAUGHT
ON CAMERA IN VOLUSIA COUNTY.
WHAT NEIGHBORS SAY HAPPENED ASON CAMERA IN VOLUSIA COUNTY.
WHAT NEIGHBORS SAY HAPPENED AS
THAT WOMAN’S GAME TO SEE. BUTWHAT NEIGHBORS SAY HAPPENED AS
THAT WOMAN’S GAME TO SEE. BUT
FIRST, A SUCCESSFUL SPLASHDOWNTHAT WOMAN’S GAME TO SEE. BUT
FIRST, A SUCCESSFUL SPLASHDOWN
FOR CREW TO HAVE THE END OFFIRST, A SUCCESSFUL SPLASHDOWN
FOR CREW TO HAVE THE END OF
THEIR MISSION SETS THAT NASAFOR CREW TO HAVE THE END OF
THEIR MISSION SETS THAT NASA
AND SPACE X’S NEXT LAUNCH ATHEIR MISSION SETS THAT NASA
AND SPACE X’S NEXT LAUNCH A
NEARLY 200 DAY TRIP TO SPACEAND SPACE X’S NEXT LAUNCH A
NEARLY 200 DAY TRIP TO SPACE
IS FINALLY OVER FOR THENEARLY 200 DAY TRIP TO SPACE
IS FINALLY OVER FOR THE
ASTRONAUTS OF CREW TOO. IS FINALLY OVER FOR THE
ASTRONAUTS OF CREW TOO.
>> GOOD EVENING. I’M LISA BELLASTRONAUTS OF CREW TOO.
>> GOOD EVENING. I’M LISA BELL
LEDGER WITH US TONIGHT. I’M>> GOOD EVENING. I’M LISA BELL
LEDGER WITH US TONIGHT. I’M
MATT AUSTIN CREW TO SPLASHDOWNLEDGER WITH US TONIGHT. I’M
MATT AUSTIN CREW TO SPLASHDOWN
OFF THE FLORIDA COAST. LESSMATT AUSTIN CREW TO SPLASHDOWN
OFF THE FLORIDA COAST. LESS
THAN A HALF AN HOUR AGO. SOOFF THE FLORIDA COAST. LESS
THAN A HALF AN HOUR AGO. SO
HERE’S A LIVE LOOK FROM NASATHAN A HALF AN HOUR AGO. SO
HERE’S A LIVE LOOK FROM NASA
TV. THE ASTRONAUTS STILLHERE’S A LIVE LOOK FROM NASA
TV. THE ASTRONAUTS STILL
INSIDE THE CREW DRAGONTV. THE ASTRONAUTS STILL
INSIDE THE CREW DRAGON
CAPSULE. THEY’RE IN THE GULFINSIDE THE CREW DRAGON
CAPSULE. THEY’RE IN THE GULF
OF MEXICO THERE. THIS IS NASACAPSULE. THEY’RE IN THE GULF
OF MEXICO THERE. THIS IS NASA
SECOND SPLASHDOWN AFTER DARKOF MEXICO THERE. THIS IS NASA
SECOND SPLASHDOWN AFTER DARK
IN MORE THAN 50 YEARS. SECOND SPLASHDOWN AFTER DARK
IN MORE THAN 50 YEARS.
>> MATT: CREW WILL ALSO RETURNIN MORE THAN 50 YEARS.
>> MATT: CREW WILL ALSO RETURN
TO EARTH OVERNIGHT EARLIER>> MATT: CREW WILL ALSO RETURN
TO EARTH OVERNIGHT EARLIER
THIS YEAR, MARKING A FIRSTTO EARTH OVERNIGHT EARLIER
THIS YEAR, MARKING A FIRST
SINCE 1968. THEY’RE ABOUT TOTHIS YEAR, MARKING A FIRST
SINCE 1968. THEY’RE ABOUT TO
BRING THAT THING ON TO THESINCE 1968. THEY’RE ABOUT TO
BRING THAT THING ON TO THE
BOAT. IT’S BEEN ABOUT 8 HOURSBRING THAT THING ON TO THE
BOAT. IT’S BEEN ABOUT 8 HOURS
SINCE CREW TO UNDOCK FROM THEBOAT. IT’S BEEN ABOUT 8 HOURS
SINCE CREW TO UNDOCK FROM THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. SINCE CREW TO UNDOCK FROM THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION.
THEY WERE ABOUT TO COMPLETE AINTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION.
THEY WERE ABOUT TO COMPLETE A
300, 60 DEGREE SURVEY OF THETHEY WERE ABOUT TO COMPLETE A
300, 60 DEGREE SURVEY OF THE
ISS BEFORE LEAVING CRIST, WHO300, 60 DEGREE SURVEY OF THE
ISS BEFORE LEAVING CRIST, WHO
ALSO LEFT BEFORE CREW 3 WASISS BEFORE LEAVING CRIST, WHO
ALSO LEFT BEFORE CREW 3 WAS
ABLE TO LAUNCH. RIGHT NOW,ALSO LEFT BEFORE CREW 3 WAS
ABLE TO LAUNCH. RIGHT NOW,
NASA SAYSABLE TO LAUNCH. RIGHT NOW,
NASA SAYS
>> MATT: IT’S ON TRACK TONASA SAYS
>> MATT: IT’S ON TRACK TO
HAPPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT>> MATT: IT’S ON TRACK TO
HAPPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER. THEHAPPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER. THE
LAUNCH WINDOW OPENS ATKENNEDY SPACE CENTER. THE
LAUNCH WINDOW OPENS AT
09:00:03PM, CREW. 3 EXPECTEDLAUNCH WINDOW OPENS AT
09:00:03PM, CREW. 3 EXPECTED
TO DOCK AT THE ISS ON THURSDAY

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