shuttleisland:

avarenity:

crookedindifference:

Splashdown! SpaceX Dragon Returns to Earth

DRAGOOOOONNNN….

Dundundunnnnnnnnnnnnndadragon!

colchrishadfield:

A Dragon approaches over sub-Saharan Africa - surreal juxtaposition.

colchrishadfield:

A Dragon approaches over sub-Saharan Africa - surreal juxtaposition.

kaiyves:

colchrishadfield:

A Dragon, snared and tamed by Canadarm2. Saint George ringing in a new era in the silence of space.

Woo!

kaiyves:

colchrishadfield:

A Dragon, snared and tamed by Canadarm2. Saint George ringing in a new era in the silence of space.

Woo!

(via shuttleisland)

T-49 minutes for the second operational flight (third mission including the initial test mission) of the SpaceX Dragon capsule to the International Space Station, 1 March 2013. 

T-49 minutes for the second operational flight (third mission including the initial test mission) of the SpaceX Dragon capsule to the International Space Station, 1 March 2013. 

for-all-mankind:

Logo for the Commercial Resupply-2 Mission from SpaceX, which launches at 10:10 EST this Friday, the 1st of March, 2013. I’ll be liveblogging the vent from the VAB roof/ Press Site at KSC the day of!

for-all-mankind:

Logo for the Commercial Resupply-2 Mission from SpaceX, which launches at 10:10 EST this Friday, the 1st of March, 2013. 

I’ll be liveblogging the vent from the VAB roof/ Press Site at KSC the day of!

Mission highlights: SpaceX’s Dragon makes history

Dragon capsule after splashing down in the Pacific Ocean, 31 May 2012 (photo by @elonmusk)

Dragon capsule after splashing down in the Pacific Ocean, 31 May 2012 (photo by @elonmusk)

Inside the Dragon, International Space Station, 26 May 2012 - photograph by André Kuipers. 

Inside the Dragon, International Space Station, 26 May 2012 - photograph by André Kuipers. 

The Dragon is captured and berthed as the spacecrafts enter orbital night

The Dragon is captured and berthed as the spacecrafts enter orbital night

Dragon approaches the ISS to a distance of 10 metres

Dragon approaches the ISS to a distance of 10 metres

The SpaceX Dragon, photographed by Andre Kuipers from the International Space Station as the two crafts orbit over Namibia

The SpaceX Dragon, photographed by Andre Kuipers from the International Space Station as the two crafts orbit over Namibia