End of webcast. Congratulations to SpaceX and NASA for the successful launch!
Falcon 9 clears the tower!Dragon will make its way to the ISS over the next 36 hours, with a planned docking at 11:20am EDT on July 16th. Overview: https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2022/07/spacex-crs-25-launch/
Jellyfish and booster reentry! With Dragon now in orbit, #CRS25 is underway. The astronauts aboard ISS have some fresh supplies and science on the way.What a beautiful launch! Definitely worth catching the replay: youtu.be/J0rDoyqpCkEOverview: https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2022/07/spacex-crs-25-launch/
Liftoff from the ever-changing LC-39A!
Blue hour launch
https://twitter.com/cbs_spacenews/status/1547744068741971970QuoteWilliam Harwood @cbs_spacenewsF9/CRS-25: LIFTOFF! At 8:44:22pm EDT (0042 UTC)
William Harwood @cbs_spacenewsF9/CRS-25: LIFTOFF! At 8:44:22pm EDT (0042 UTC)
Time to catch a Dragon! Watch LIVE as the 25th @SpaceX cargo mission docks to the @Space_Station delivering food, supplies, and a new @NASAEarth experiment to study the effect of dust plumes on our climate.
CRS-25 Cargo Dragon inside the Approach Ellipsoid. Docking with the ISS in about 45 minutes.
Mysterious white dots shooting across the view of the ISS camera, are being investigated by flight controllers. The red dots on the screen is radiation damage to the camera, but the shooting white dots were unusual.
Dracos dancing. Approach 1 Burn.
Dragon has been given a "go" to proceed with docking to the @space_station
Dragon is 10 meters from @space_station; docking sequence will begin shortly