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Back at Cape Canaveral, SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule preps for next mission

1 month ago   |   By Spaceflight Now

SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft returned to Cape Canaveral on Aug. 7 aboard the “Go Navigator” recovery ship. Credit: Stephen Clark/Spaceflight Now
Fresh off a 64-day test flight to the International Space Station with astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, SpaceX's first human-rated Crew Dragon spaceship is back at Cape Canaveral for inspections, refurbishment and upgrades before flying to the station again with a four-person crew next spring.
The crew capsule - named “Endeavour” by Hurley and Behnken - arrived at Port Canaveral on Aug. 7 aboard SpaceX's “Go Navigator” recovery ship...
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