Our #Inspiration4 crew just woke up ~575km over the Atlantic Ocean to @chicagotheband’s “You’re the Inspiration” → open.spotify.com/track/1sUQJeih…See the latest on where Dragon is on-orbit → spacex.com/launches/
.@DrSianProctor created art using markers, and drew "the Dragon capsule being carry by a dragon off Earth."
Space art created by @DrSianProctor on Crew Dragon.
Inspiration4 splashdown scheduled for 7:06 pm ET tomorrow.
The @inspiration4x crew is set to return to Earth on Saturday, September 18 with a targeted splashdown at 7:06 p.m. EDT in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida
Dragon will perform two burns tonight to reduce the spacecraft’s altitude to ~365km and line up the ground track with the landing site
“Can’t believe we’re eating cold pizza in space. It’s extraordinary!”Here’s a quick checklist of what the #Inspiration4 crew is enjoying in space:
Sorry it was cold! Dragon will have a food warmer & free wifi next time
The USCG will establish a hazard and warning area for the return of @inspiration4x, should it land in the Atlantic. Do not approach. Contact us on CH-16 . #Inspriation4 #CrewDragon
Dragon's first burn to reduce the spacecraft's altitude is complete
All but four of the…the 𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐲 Dragon landing TFRs for #Inspiration4 have been withdrawn. Resilience will be landing tomorrow evening not too far from where it launched.Attached: a TFR and screenshot of part of the aborted cancelation tweetstorm from the SpaceTFRs console.
SpaceX's two Dragon recovery ships are stationed offshore on opposite sides of Florida this evening, ready for Inspiration4 splashdown.
Best cupola views so far. Look at Dragon's nosecone!
Inspiring conversation with @Shift4Payments CEO @rookisaacman and the whole @inspiration4x crew in their goal to raise $200m for @StJude and the fight against childhood cancer from aboard the @SpaceX Dragon capsule 🚀 #Inspiration4
Crew of @Inspiration4x taking in the views from Dragon's cupola observation dome
Latest TLEs for Insp4 show it in a 360 x 369 km x 51.6 deg orbit following yesterday evening''s orbit lowering burns
Look at our Mission Specialist @ChrisSembroski capturing pictures from orbit through Dragon’s cupola!We can’t wait to see the crew’s photos and how they will inspire the world to look up to the stars.