Space

The Arrival of Crew-5 at the International Space Station by SpaceX

By Aazam

October 08, 2022

Florida's Cape Canaveral The most recent NASA astronaut mission from SpaceX has arrived at its destination

Yesterday (Oct. 5) at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Crew-5 mission was launched by a Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket

Today (October 6), after a 29-hour orbit, the dragon Endurance connected with the International Space Station (ISS)

At 5:01 EDT, Dheeraj established communication with the station's Harmony module's forward port (2101 GMT)

Over the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of West Africa, two spacecraft were in flight. After a little over ten minutes, the docking process was finished

A reception will start at 8:05 a.m. EDT and include a few comments from newcomers (Oct. 7 0005 GMT)

Mann is the first Native American woman to go into space, and Kikina has the pleasure of bearing a personal mantle for her trip

The first astronaut to ride on a SpaceX Dragon is Kikina. Both are inexperienced space travelers, as is Cassada; Wakata has already made five space flights

Four Crew Dragon capsules are used by SpaceX; each one is reconditioned and tested before each subsequent flight