Chris B - NSF

@NASASpaceflight

NASASpaceFlight Managing Editor. Shuttle Hugger/NASA Pimper. Insists orbiters are called *she* not *it*. York City FC supporter.

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SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon is now berthed with the ISS. http://tinyurl.com/mt4pgke Amazing view:

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Almost looks like a scene from Mars orbit, as the SSRMS closes in on the capture of the SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon.

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SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon has arrived at the capture point. 10 meters out. SSRMS ready to grapple her.

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Someone at SpaceX thought "Let's put the logo here, it'll look good during ISS arrival!" :-)

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Canada are getting ready to join in with the proceedings! SSRMS in view, ready to grab a Dragon by the tail.

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SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon closing in on the ISS. She's a good looking little spacecraft!

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Dragon's truster's puffing away as she and the ISS head into orbital sunrise. Epic Space Shenanigans!

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SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon behaving well now. No comm dropouts in 30 mins. Approaching to 10 meters out.

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Dragon having a bit of a tantrum with 10 second comm dropouts. Only a problem if the dropouts are 50 seconds.

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SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft has arrived at the 30 meter hold point for Go/No Go polling.

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Falcon 9 and Dragon models at Houston's ISS FCR:

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Very impressed with so far - brilliantly put together. Tone is perfect. Mass interviewed by

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Here's an image of Soyuz TMA-10M touching down behind what we later found out were above ground graves...

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Soyuz TMA-10M crew are out of the spacecraft. It's a bit chilly there!

  • 41 days ago via site
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A rather strange sight. Soyuz TMA-10M has come down in the middle of this scene....rocks, huts...?

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A rather strange site. Soyuz TMA-10M appears to have come down in the middle of this scene...

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These epic views of the Soyuz TMA-10M are thanks to this controller at JSC ISS FCR. She controls the ISS cameras!

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Epic view of Soyuz from the ISS, running around in LEO at 17,500mph, with its three crewmembers.

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Soyuz TMA-10M Landing HAS been delayed 24 hours due to poor weather conditions in the landing region.

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Soyuz TMA-10M landing may be waved off 24 hours due to poor weather conditions in the landing region.

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