Inside the SpaceX Dragon capsule
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Inside the SpaceX Dragon capsule that has docked on the ISS

A new astronaut capsule, which launched on Saturday from Florida on a Falcon rocket, has successfully guided itself into the International Space Station using computers and sensors.

Astronauts on board ISS have now been inside the capsule.

The Dragon SpaceX demonstration flight vehicle will stay docked until 8 March when it will detach and drop to Earth.

It will have to come through its descent unscathed so that Nasa can approve its readiness to carry people, which could happen as early as July.

  • 03 Mar 2019
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