Thursday, September 23

Crew Dragon

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Elon Musk mocks Biden for not referring to Inspiration4 | Digital Trends Spanish

The historic Inspiration4 mission, made up of only civilian crew members, is now back on Earth. In this way, SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft became the first to travel into space without taking any professional astronauts on board. For this reason, the aerospace company was filled with congratulations for the success of the mission; even its competitors, such as Blue Origin and Boeing, joined in these messages, in addition to NASA. However, many were struck by the fact that, so far, the president of the United States, Joe Biden, has not commented on the Inspiration4 space adventure. In fact, Elon Musk, the owner of SpaceX, referred to this after being consulted on his Twitter account. It's worth remembering that one of the goals of this flight was to raise $ 200 million for St. Jude Ch...
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How to Track the Location of SpaceX’s Dragon Space Capsule Online | Digital Trends Spanish

Do you want to know when the Dragon spaceship will pass over your country? Just as today it is possible to follow the trajectory of the International Space Station (ISS), here we explain how to monitor the location of SpaceX's Dragon capsule online. You will be interested in: In May 2020, SpaceX's Dragon capsule became the first private spacecraft to bring a NASA crew to the ISS; while in September 2021 it moved into space the Inspiration4 mission, the first to be fully integrated by civilians. How to track the Dragon capsule This is how the trajectory of the SpaceX space capsule can be tracked from space.If you want to monitor the location of the SpaceX space capsule, you just have to enter the Dragon Tracker web application, where its trajectory and what place on Earth it flies over...
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Inspiration4 shares its first photos in space | Digital Trends Spanish

SpaceX's historic Inspiration4 mission, the first to consist of just civilian crews, took off this week from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Currently, the mission is fully operational and has already made more than 15 orbits around our planet. Early reports from SpaceX indicated that the four-passenger crew was in good condition and fed well. This Friday, September 17, the aerospace company has shared the first photographs taken by the crew. The crew of # Inspiration4 had an incredible first day in space! They've completed more than 15 orbits around planet Earth since liftoff and made full use of the Dragon cupola. pic.twitter.com/StK4BTWSA6 & mdash; Inspiration4 (@ inspiration4x) September 17, 2021 On its Twitter account, Inspiration4 showed four images taken from inside th...
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This is what the dome of the Crew Dragon looks like to look at the space | Digital Trends Spanish

Earlier this year, SpaceX announced Inspiration4, the first mission manned only by civilians. The mission will stand out in a number of ways, but one of the most striking features is the design of the spacecraft's window. The Crew Dragon Resilience, where the Insipiration4 astronauts will travel, will not dock at any base. So, so that the crew can observe everything out there, SpaceX prepared something special. It is a hardened transparent dome that will be integrated into the nave, which promises a spectacular view of space. This will be protected by a hinged nose cone during launch and on re-entry. Now, the Inspiration4 Twitter account has revealed what the dome looks like with a series of images. "A look at the dome of the Dragon, which will provide our Inspiration4 astronauts wi...
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SpaceX astronauts relate their return: roared like an animal | Digital Trends Spanish

When the Crew Dragon entered the Earth's atmosphere, it "roared like an animal." That is part of the story delivered this Wednesday by Bob Behnken, one of the astronauts who returned to Earth on Sunday, August 2, from the International Space Station (ISS). At a press conference organized by NASA, and which quotes The Verge, Behnken and his partner Doug Hurley described the re-entry experience, perhaps the most delicate part of the trip when the capsule had to withstand enormous pressures and extremely high speeds that generate scorching temperatures outside. The capsule vibrated, shook and roared as the surrounding air heated up and melted part of the vehicle's exterior. And the astronauts recorded everything. "I recorded some of the audio, but the truth is that the s...
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Private boats jeopardized the landing of SpaceX | Digital Trends Spanish

One of the maneuvers that worried Elon Musk the most of the entire SpaceX mission with NASA was the time of the landing of the Crew Dragon, which finally took place successfully this Sunday August 2. Bringing astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley back from the International Space Station was the riskiest test of all. So the landing had to go perfectly, and the only ship that could be nearby for final rescue off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, was the Navigator, the official SpaceX ship. However, a group of private intrepid, rather foolish, came close enough to browse their boats, which put the mission at risk. The Crew Dragon capsule was floating in the water for about 30 minutes before being recovered, and during that time several private boats "they made a straight...
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How to follow the return of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule | Digital Trends Spanish

NASA and SpaceX plan to complete their historic Demo-2 mission on Saturday, August 1, the first manned test flight of the Crew Dragon capsule, which will transport astronauts between Earth and the International Space Station (ISS). English). The spacecraft will undock from the station, where it has been since its arrival on May 31, and will travel back to Earth with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on board. Crew Dragon quest objective In late May 2020, the Crew Dragon capsule with astronauts Behnken and Hurley was launched on a Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. After a 19-hour trip, the astronauts arrived at the International Space Station. The astronauts spent two months aboard the ISS, where they assisted the crew in scientific operations and i...