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Splashdown is planned 240 mi of the coast of Baja California. (Yesterday's would have been 400 mi) (from the commentary a few minutes ago)

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Arm in motion again.

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This view is pretty epic.

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1hr 56mins from release.

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Josh notes the release time could be before or after the scheduled timeline. Also that NTV will end coverage when they lose sight of Dragon following departure.

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If anything, they appear to be well within the schedule based on the position they've achieved via translation already:

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Not many people in at SpaceX MCC at the moment.

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Josh notes the release is on the next rev:

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Interesting tidbits of the crew thats out at the splash down site.

100ft boat with an A frame for lifting Dragon out of the water.
90ft crew boat with tracking.
and two 94ft for carrying people and recovery team.
Over a dozen engineers and technicians as well as a full dive team.
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Orbital sunset, passing over the Aussies.

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Cupola RWS view:

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Dragon flashing its strobe...

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