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Forum:Commercial Space - Military Space
Topic:[Discuss] SpaceX CRS-30 station mission
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Robert PearlmanYesterday, Johnson Space Center held a media tour in support of Boeing's upcoming Starliner CFT mission. The day concluded in the Blue flight control room (FCR) in Mission Control, where by sheer luck of timing we were able to watch SpaceX's CRS-30 launch:

Robert PearlmanNASA release
Dragon Undocking Targeted for No Earlier Than Sunday

Due to unfavorable weather conditions in the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida, NASA and SpaceX are targeting no earlier than Sunday, April 28, for the undocking of the Dragon spacecraft from the space-facing port of the International Space Station as part of company's 30th commercial resupply services mission for the agency.

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