SpaceX rocket brings Christmas gifts to astronauts at space station

SpaceX launched a Dragon cargo ship to the International Space Station on Tuesday carrying supplies, equipment, and holiday gifts for the crew. It was SpaceX’s 31st and final Falcon 9 rocket launch of 2021. CBSN’s Tanya Rivero has details.

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NASA Astronauts Read Aloud: You Are Going

With Artemis, NASA is going back to the Moon. And we want you to come along!

You Are Going, illustrated by former NASA intern Shane Tolentino, shares a glimpse into future Artemis missions. Learn all about the elements that will help make Artemis possible: the powerful Space Launch System rocket, the Orion spacecraft, the Gateway, and so much more.

In this story, NASA invites you—a member of the Artemis Generation—to feel connected to each Artemis mission and discover all of the exciting possibilities of going to space.

So, what are you waiting for? You Are Going!

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SpaceX Capsule Splashes Down With Four Astronauts on Board

On, November 9, NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 astronauts safely splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida. They were on the Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft coming from the International Space Station.
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Astronauts Show How NASA’s DART Mission Will Change an Asteroid’s Motion in Space

NASA’s DART spacecraft will intentionally crash into an asteroid to test if impacting an object is a viable way to deflect an asteroid, should a threat ever be discovered in the future. Watch as NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet demonstrate how DART’s mission will work. Spoiler alert: it’s like a pillow fight in microgravity.

DART is a spacecraft designed to impact an asteroid as a test of technology. DART’s target asteroid is NOT a threat to Earth. This asteroid system is a perfect testing ground to see if intentionally crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid is an effective way to change its course, should an Earth-threatening asteroid be discovered in the future.

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SpaceX Crew-3 Astronauts Welcomed To ISS

Four astronauts docked at the International Space Station after 21 hours of flight aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon.

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NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts headed to International Space Station

Four astronauts — three Americans and one German — are on their way to the International Space Station. Their SpaceX rocket blasted off in Florida Wednesday night and the crew is set to spend the next six months living roughly 250 miles above Earth. Mark Strassmann has the details.

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NASA, SpaceX launch 4 more astronauts into orbit on flight to space station

NASA and private rocket company SpaceX launched four astronauts into orbit late on Wednesday, sending a veteran spacewalker, two younger crewmates chosen for future lunar missions and a German materials scientist on their way to the International Space Station.

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NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 Astronauts Arrive at the Space Station

Watch the SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts arrive at the International Space Station aboard the Crew Dragon Endurance spacecraft. Kayla Barron, Raja Chari, and Thomas Marshburn of NASA, and Matthias Maurer of the European Space Agency will begin a six-month mission aboard the orbiting laboratory. Once aboard, they will join their station crewmates to conduct hundreds of scientific experiments and perform space station maintenance and upgrades. Endurance is scheduled to automatically dock to the space station at 7:10 p.m. EST (12:10 UTC Nov. 11).

Crew-3 lifted off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 9:03 p.m. EST on Nov. 10 (02:03 UTC Nov. 11).