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RT @AstroBehnken: Huge thank you to @NASA, @SpaceX, and America for making this possible! https://t.co/xp8XCpU2HD
"It's just wonderful you were able to recognize all the graduates in this special way." @AstroBehnken on the mosaic of Earth containing images of over 90,000 recent graduates that flew aboard the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour to @Space_Station: https://t.co/KLdBMsiAKc
"This is the flag that we left here almost 9 years ago on [space shuttle mission] STS-135." "Congratulations, @SpaceX, you got the flag." @Astro_Doug on the U.S. flag captured by the crew of the most recent spacecraft that launched from @NASAKennedy to @Space_Station: https://t.co/n77A7EpCj8
LIVE from space: @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug speak with @SpaceX officials and employees, and present the Class of 2020 mosaic image that flew with them aboard Dragon Endeavour to the @Space_Station. Watch: https://t.co/mxlaPIRAzV https://t.co/mxlaPIRAzV
When @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug launched to @Space_Station on the @SpaceX Dragon Endeavour 🛰️, they brought a mosaic of Earth with 90,000 pictures of recent graduates.
Watch at 12:55pm ET for a presentation, live from space, of the Class of 2020 mosaic: https://t.co/mzKW5uV4hS https://t.co/X0xD2Q26o2
"It struck me that that tiny dot was going to be fixed to a piece of metal that was about 15 meters from where I was standing." Commander Chris Cassidy reflects on what it was like to watch @SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour spacecraft approach the @Space_Station: https://t.co/aCAbrvdi9i
"It's for the thousands of people who made it possible, from the folks at @SpaceX, to the folks at NASA, to the folks within the @Commercial_Crew program." @Astro_Doug comments on retrieving the American flag left on the @Space_Station during the last space shuttle mission: https://t.co/SY41S11RrD
"Take a message from NASA in that anything is possible." @Astro_Doug explains the hard work and dedication that went into returning human spaceflight capability to the United States after the retirement of the space shuttle nine years ago. https://t.co/LMr2uDGhsN
"Bob and I have had a ton of time in those suits. I bet you we've donned and doffed those suits a couple hundred times." @Astro_Doug discusses the custom-fit @SpaceX suits they wore as he and @AstroBehnken launched into space: https://t.co/mtyDAWGFI4
LIVE NOW: Now that @SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour has successfully arrived to the @Space_Station, join a Q+A with astronaut Chris Cassidy and the newest additions to the crew: @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug: https://t.co/IcSOvK521G https://t.co/IcSOvK521G
RT @usunvie: "Congratulations to @NASA & @SpaceX for their successful launch. Collaboration with the private sector is essential in this new era of outer space exploration." - #AmbWolcott
Watch for more. #LaunchAmerica #CrewDragon @ISS @UNOOSA @StateOES https://t.co/jIhatbmFjC
🏼 For the first time in history, @NASA_Astronauts launched to the @Space_Station from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft.
Relive our #LaunchAmerica mission with @AstroBehnken & @Astro_Doug: https://t.co/20CMS9UshG https://t.co/B9Vf18f9yv
Our @SpaceApps Challenge brings together teams from across the globe for a virtual hackathon dedicated to developing solutions to issues related to COVID-19.
Find a challenge, build a team and get started hacking https://t.co/t0dzqUB6OL https://t.co/pEykPjVfJu
RT @nasahqphoto: Check out all of the pictures made by the NASA HQ photo team of @NASA's @SpaceX Demo-2 launch from @NASAKennedy! From crew arrival to hatch opening #LaunchAmerica 📸 https://t.co/8due5jBg5Y https://t.co/MKZWmRyyaq
“I just want to say congratulations to the @Commercial_Crew Program. Steve Stich, you and your team and Kathy Lueders, have done just amazing work…here we go. We’re back.” Administrator @JimBridenstine praises accomplishments with @SpaceX and upcoming #LaunchAmerica milestones. https://t.co/MZCijQOvSz
“This has been a long time in the making and I think it’s been really astonishing to see how it came together.” Administrator @JimBridenstine on working together with our @Commercial_Crew partners @SpaceX and @BoeingSpace. https://t.co/SvzZMZWmaY
“We don’t want to go [to the Moon] alone. We want to go with international partners and we want to go with @Commercial_Crew partners. And that’s really what the #Artemis Program is laying the foundation for.” - Administrator @JimBridenstine on humanity’s return to the Moon. https://t.co/ZbUOe5Nn9L
“So if we want to have a sustainable long-term exploration campaign that includes not just government money but also private money, we have to build these partnerships.” Administrator @JimBridenstine on what’s next for #LaunchAmerica and @Commerical_Crew: https://t.co/sZm5KDn857 https://t.co/CpHd0go3Qa
“It was a tremendous day in mission control as we watched the Dragon approach and then dock, and the hatch open and have @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug come forward into the @Space_Station.” @NASA_Johnson Director Mark Geyer on this historic event: https://t.co/sZm5KDn857 https://t.co/YxauzWXQRi
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