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More photos from last night's Falcon 9 launch of @NASA's double asteroid redirection test → flickr.com/spacex/
 
Deployment confirmed, @NASA’s DART is on its way to redirect an asteroid
 
Second stage engine restart and escape burn complete
 
Falcon 9’s first stage booster landed on the Of Course I Still Love You droneship, completing SpaceX's 95th successful recovery of an orbital class rocket booster
 
Second stage engine cutoff confirmed, now in coast phase of flight
 
First stage entry burn complete; second stage continuing nominally
 
Main engine cutoff and stage separation confirmed. Second stage engine burn underway
 
Liftoff!
 
Watch Falcon 9 launch @NASA’s DART mission – humanity’s first planetary defense test to redirect an asteroid spacex.com/launches twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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All systems and weather are looking good for tonight’s Falcon 9 launch of @NASA’s DART into an asteroid-intercepting interplanetary trajectory → spacex.com/launches
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
🚀 @NASA & @SpaceX are completing key milestones for the #DARTmission!

Last week, the DART spacecraft was encapsulated inside the payload fairings that will protect it during launch atop a #Falcon9 and teams completed a successful Flight Readiness Review: go.nasa.gov/3FEWPGk
 
Static fire test complete – targeting Tuesday, November 23 at 10:21 p.m. PT for Falcon 9’s launch of @NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test
Replying to @SpaceX
NASA will intentionally crash the DART spacecraft into an asteroid to see if that is an effective way to change its course, should an Earth-threatening asteroid be discovered in the future
 
Static fire test complete – targeting Tuesday, November 23 at 10:21 p.m. PT for Falcon 9’s launch of @NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test
 
Falcon 9's 25th launch of 2021
 
Deployment of 53 Starlink satellites confirmed
 
Falcon 9’s first stage has landed on the Just Read the Instructions droneship
 
Liftoff!
 
Watch Falcon 9 launch 53 Starlink satellites to orbit → spacex.com/launches twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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First 6-engine static fire test of Starship
 
Standing down from today’s launch due to weather. Forecast improves to 80% favorable for tomorrow’s launch opportunity at 7:19 a.m. EST
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
Four new astronauts through the hatch and seven crewmembers total on the @Space_Station!

After almost exactly a day from launch, #Crew3 is aboard the orbiting laboratory.
 
Docking confirmed!
 
Dragon is 10 meters from the @space_station; docking sequence will begin shortly
 
Dragon and the Crew-3 astronauts approaching the @space_station
 
Suit leak check complete. Dragon and the Crew-3 astronauts continue to proceed to the @space_station
 
Dragon has been given a "go" to approach the @space_station
 
Crew-3 checks in after catching sight of the @space_station ahead of docking, now targeted for 6:33 p.m. EST
 
Photos from Falcon 9’s launch of Crew-3 – honored to fly this mission with two U.S. service members on board. Thank you to all who have served and sacrificed! #VeteransDay
 
Last night's launch of Crew-3 as seen from SLC-40. Falcon 9 completed a static fire test this morning ahead of tomorrow’s targeted launch of 53 Starlink satellites to orbit. Weather is 60% favorable for liftoff
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
The four @SpaceX #Crew3 astronauts show what it is like orbiting Earth inside the #CrewDragon Endurance in this video tour from space. nasa.gov/live
 
Watch live as the Crew-3 astronauts on board Dragon check-in from orbit → spacex.com/launches
 
Follow Dragon and the Crew-3 astronauts' flight to the @Space_Station here → spacex.com/launches
 
Crew-3 on orbit
 
Dragon has separated from Falcon 9’s second stage and is on its way to the @space_station! Autonomous docking tomorrow at ~7:10 p.m. EST
 
Main engine cutoff and stage separation confirmed. Second stage engine burn underway
 
Liftoff!
 
T-35 minutes until liftoff; propellant loading of Falcon 9 has begun and Dragon’s escape system is armed
 
Crew access arm retracts
 
T-1 hour to Falcon 9 launch of Dragon. The crew is go!
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
"I was always fascinated by space - engineering on the edge of what is possible, science, international teams and adventure." - @astro_matthias, #Crew3 #CosmicKiss
 
Video recap of Crew-2, Dragon’s second long-duration mission to the @space_station
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
"I knew that I would want to find ways to challenge myself and become a leader." — Kayla Barron, #Crew3 Mission Specialist.
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
"There's something about leaving everything we know behind — everything. Not just our friends and family or home, but even the planet." — @AstroMarshburn, pilot of the @SpaceX #Crew3 mission.
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
"It's really mind boggling when you think about how much effort it takes to put people in space and then to sustain them in space." — @Astro_Raja, Commander of the #Crew3 mission to the @Space_Station.
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
All four #Crew3 astronauts have boarded their @SpaceX Dragon spacecraft and are on the #CountdownToLaunch.

From left to right: @Astro_Matthias, @AstroMarshburn, @Astro_Raja and Kayla Barron:
 
SpaceX Retweeted ·  
Look up! After arriving at the pad, @Astro_Raja & @AstroMarshburn take a look at the @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that will launch their #Crew3 mission to the @Space_Station:
 
Learn more about opportunities on SpaceX’s software team → spacex.com/careers
 
Meet the astronauts flying aboard Dragon
 
Watch Falcon 9 launch Dragon with four astronauts on board to the @space_stationspacex.com/launches twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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Falcon 9 and Dragon are looking good for tonight’s launch of Crew-3 astronauts at 9:03 p.m. EST. Webcast will go live ~4 hours before liftoff → spacex.com/launches
 
 
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