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CrewDragon demo

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Crew Dragon Demo-1 (officially Crew Demo-1, SpaceX Demo-1, or Demonstration Mission-1) was the first orbital test of the Dragon 2 spacecraft. This first spaceflight was an uncrewed mission that launched on 2 March 2019, and arrived at the International Space Station on 3 March 2019, a little over 24 hours after the launch.

Tags : SPACE | SPACE X | NASA | CREW DRAGON | CREW DEMO-1

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