NASA SpaceX Crew Dragon – Falcon 9 Rocket Launch – 3:22pm EDT Livestreams…

History will unfold today as NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station. This mission marks the first time since the retirement of the space shuttle in 2011 that humans will fly to the space station from U.S. soil.  Targeted Launch Time 3:22 pm EDT  – Livestreams Ongoing

NASA and SpaceX are providing live coverage from launch to arrival at the space station. Teams are targeting an instantaneous window of 3:22 pm EDT for the launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The Crew Dragon is scheduled to dock to the space station May 31st.

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215 Responses to NASA SpaceX Crew Dragon – Falcon 9 Rocket Launch – 3:22pm EDT Livestreams…

  1. maggiemoowho says:

    I’m going to watch the launch from my driveway if I can get a seat😄🤣🤣. The one draw back of living in the house with an unblocked view😃

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Looks like it’s going to storm pretty bad though😞.

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      • bcsurvivor2 says:

        According to radar might be able to launch but just barely…fingers crossed.

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        • maggiemoowho says:

          Oh, I hope so, it is clearing a little. We live about 35-40 minutes away from Kennedy Space Ctr, but our house must line up with the area where they launch the rockets. Night launches are the best because the rocket separations are usually visible. Don’t have to wait in traffic either.

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          • bcsurvivor2 says:

            me too. This is so exciting. I spoke with my now 36yo son yesterday and he remembers his first launch. We went over to the Cape….he especially remembered the sound and spilling his hot chocolate through the sun roof of the car…

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    • Raised on Reagan says:

      Envy.🚀

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  2. barnabusduke says:

    Prayers for a safe launch and a safe trip!

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  3. Georgia says:

    Great! More spy satellites (nice supplemental to “contact tracing” to have those up there…) and weapons in space for them to use against the Peons! Never can have enough that we pay for (meanwhile they can’t keep Soros’ “Revolutionaries” from burning down the place back down here on Earth….)…way past the days when I cheer any of this on anymore, take a look around at things down here if you think the “Space Program” isn’t (or won’t be) used for this type thing….

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    • bcsurvivor2 says:

      you can find good and bad in everything if you look hard enough.
      You do realize you wouldn’t have a computer sitting in front of you if it weren’t for the space program.

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      • Mary Van Deusen says:

        Or Tang.

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      • Georgia says:

        It still remains very much to be seen at the end of this era how much better computers actually made anything or if in fact they were way more of a curse than anything else — in the end they may be seen as the greatest tool for enslavement of humans ever devised, we’ll see what happens now in the next 10 years because anyone not blind can see that the “new normal” being rolled now thru the Medical Martial Law agenda has been planned for years and will involve the use of Computer/Tech for bringing in the NWO Agenda on the Peons worldwide with 24/7 surveillance and the authoritarian government of the NWO Globalists’ “Model” China being imposed on all, without computers none of this would be possible…. — https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/the-true-agenda-of-the-who-a-new-world-order-modeled-after-china/

        Also, anyone who has been in the Military or does any research also knows that the “Space Program” has ALWAYS been nearly all a military program (spying on “them” and us and regardless of the supposedly “newnwess” of “Space Force” etc.) and most of what actually goes on as to it never reaches the light of day for those paying taxes for it — I’ve seen too much to have much enthusiasm for any of these things sold to us as “improving” our lives — most of them– starting with Television– humanity would have been much, much better without in retrospect….

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      • Tornarosa says:

        Freeze dried Ice Cream!

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    • boogywstew says:

      Aren’t cars and trucks used to drive around FBI agents to spy on us?

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        lol😄👍, yep.

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      • Georgia says:

        The intensity of monitoring is a bit different, by light years — an FBI Agent in a car or wherever can’t spy on and monitor virtually every one on Earth at every moment — with the use of Satellites and the Tech now available (especially increasingly AI) this is now possible — total monitoring and total control of every human thru Facial Recognition, Cell Phone monitoring, the Internet Of Things etc. — this is all part of what is being rolled out now under the guise of Medical Martial Law and anyone not concerned or who doesn’t realize this is going to change everything dramatically as this Tech Noose is tightened on all of us is either in on it or not paying attention, this is in fact the actual “New Normal” being referenced by the “Elites”…a system where there are those on top and the rest (post “depopulation”) are reduced to 24/7 monitored Serfdom….Personally, I don’t find any of it funny watching it roll out here now in real time.

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        • boogywstew says:

          Satellites, facial recognition technology, AI, cell phone monitoring, and the internet of things can be used to spy on us. It doesn’t look like anyone wants to give up cell phones, computers, satellites, AI and the internet. Maybe we should use those same tools to stop the bad actors. It’s the same way with CARS AND TRUCKS, and just like GUNS. The tool doesn’t commit the crime. The person using these tools is guilty.

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  4. Judiciary says:

    This historic return of America’s leading role in space exploration wouldn’t have happened without America’s best modern day leader, President Donald J. Trump.

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  5. delighteddeplorable says:

    Looking good for launch. Godspeed!

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  6. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Discovery’s SCIENCE CHANNEL is running live special today, DirecTV channel 284.

    Here’s a link to the official weather forecasters for Kennedy Space Center:

    https://www.patrick.af.mil/About-Us/Weather/

    Their predicted probability of a launch today is still only 50-50.

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  7. Reserved55 says:

    Weather Is A Go For Launch

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  8. Tl Howard says:

    AF ONE just landed at the Space Center.

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  9. Tl Howard says:

    Getting nervous. WE need something good for this country right now!

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  10. TreeClimber says:

    My family doesn’t drink, but we have the sparkling juice ready to pop open and toast, should this one get off the ground!

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  11. czarowniczy says:

    This is amazing. NASA works under an insufferable blanket of bureaucracy and Federal regulations. SpaceX is looking at limited funds,compared to NASA, the ability to hire based on skills and abilities, can use and develop cutting edge technologies without having to wade through that Federal swamp of procedures, contracting and cronyism that SpaceX can surf right over.

    For the most part commercial development of space technology is looking to be the way to go, faced with a profit liner SpaceX has developed technologies NASA’s been calling impossible, if not years of government-directed and taxpayer funded research away. SpaceX, being poked by a profit stick, developed a reusable launch vehicle while NASA, feeding from the public trough, didn’t even seriously pursue the idea.

    This also spells further setbacks for the Russian space program as the US won’t be paying Russia to fly us to OUR space station in their Soviet-era Model T capsule. It was an embarrassment for the world’s premier space nation to use the world’s 3rd place space nation to send its crews and materials toits space station, Russia hasn’t has a space station in orbit since 1991, they’re primarily a glorified jitney service.

    Let’s pray the Rats don’t hamstring the commercial space program as it will, if nothing else, prod NASA to streamline and once again become productive. Congress hates the idea of not being able to piecemeal out the NASA programs to their personal locations and pet companies, it slows the system waaaaay down but things eventually get done and monies get passed out. Commercial companies have profit margins and an ego that drives them to be competitive, in government work the competition streak is bleached out early on.

    Go get ’em, Musk, show those Chinese that they may have caught up to us in just some 20 years but even their streamlined government swamp will have to doubletime to catch up with our commercial space people.

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    • Reserved55 says:

      If I remember correctly Wilbur Ross told Maria Bartriomo we pay Russians (Ds) 84 million dollars per seat.

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      • Paprika says:

        You remember correctly!

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      • czarowniczy says:

        In that neighborhood, I’d seen $86-million but what’s a million or two to the government, they can find that much under the Congressional couch cushions.

        I’m thinking that even $86-mill per seat (not even mentioning the resupply missions) is too small, there’s the capsule and that big hunking rocket so I’m betting there are hidden fees paid elsewhere.

        One of the main costs is associated with its launch base at Baikonur launches east-northeast and is farther north than Canaveral meaning the Russian rockets have to be bigger to get stuff into orbit.

        Its launch station is in ‎Kazakhstan, it’s leased to Russia and the lease fees have to be figured in. After the USSR imploded Baikonur went back to Kazahkstan and it was years before a deal was hammered out, Russia almost lost its primary space port.

        This is huge, the Russians are basically relying on 60s (though updated) rocket technology with the capsule being 80s tech. We have commercially shot light years ahead of Russia (I’m old enough to remember the Sputnik panic) and pulled way ahead of China. We’re still #1 and we did it with commercial providers – viva capitalism!

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    • palafox says:

      “like.”

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  12. Reserved55 says:

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  13. CNN_sucks says:

    Exciting time. Space force, here they come.

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  14. maggiemoowho says:

    What happens if one of those astronauts have to use the bathroom. They have been sitting in that rocket for a little while now. Man, my nerves would be killing my stomach sitting there waiting.

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  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    And whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of Detroit or the windswept plains of Nebraska, they look up at the same night sky, they fill their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused with the breath of life by the same almighty Creator.

    Donald Trump

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  16. bcsurvivor2 says:

    maybe they take a bunch of pepto bismol ..lol I think the are used to it…they’ve been up before.

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  17. fred5678 says:

    What a great week to leave Earth. Too bad they will have to come back to the insanity in Lefty cities.

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  18. bcsurvivor2 says:

    Running down to a more open area. We have hundreds of old oaks that block a clear view….BRB
    Gods speed to our brave explorers

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  19. delighteddeplorable says:

    For anyone who watched Challenger lift-off on 1/28/86, these are white knuckle moments.

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  20. oldschool64 says:

    Thanks for posting the video links so I can pipe down FOX and the grotesque Neil Cavuto.

    Good Lord, what a pig of a man!

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  21. Paprika says:

    T minus 5 minutes for America to finally be back in manned space flight after 9 years……

    God Bless and good luck/good skill !

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  22. Sue says:

    One of the astronauts is wearing glasses. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen that before.

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  23. Peoria Jones says:

    Woohooooo!!! I’m home for lunch and get to watch live! 😀

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  24. tuskyou says:

    This is exciting!!

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  25. LizzieinTexas says:

    Go!

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  26. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    And so begins Bob and Doug’s Excellent Adventure!
    Godspeed gentlemen.

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  27. delighteddeplorable says:

    WE HAVE LIFT-OFF!!!!!!!!

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  28. Rhoda R says:

    YES!!!!

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  29. tuskyou says:

    🇺🇲🚀Take that Obama🚀🇺🇲

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  30. pacnwbel says:

    Great launch, God speed for a successful mission

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  31. Reserved55 says:

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  32. Tall Texan says:

    Godspeed!

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  33. Abster says:

    Wow, so exciting. We all needed this today! I lived in Cape Canaveral/Cocoa Beach area for several years. There was nothing more exiciting than watching a launch. Go USA.

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  34. Rhoda R says:

    Love how they are also showing the re-entry of the first stage. Cool.

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  35. Rhoda R says:

    “Nominal” Such a comforting word.

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  36. TreeClimber says:

    The little sequined blue-and-purple dragon! I love it!

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  37. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Discarded rocket landing on a drone ship in middle of ocean is so bad ass. Watching a sci-fi movie happening before our eyes.

    Liked by 10 people

  38. sunnyflower5 says:

    Bob and Doug are listening to AC/DC – Back In Black as part of their launch play list.

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  39. Rhoda R says:

    My G*d! That first stage landed just like a space ship in a SciFi movie! Upright and on three legs.

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  40. jay says:

    I was 11 years old when Apollo 11 launched. My father took us to FL to see the launch in person. Excellent memories. I recently watched the Apollo 11 movie. Highly recommend it.

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    • Judith says:

      I boycotted Hollyweird’s new propaganda movie that purposely omitted references to USA, because Globalists do not believe in patriotism and national pride.

      Instead, Hollyweird sold Neil Armstrong’s moon landing as a “global” achievement. Well, I beg to differ. The newest ‘Space Force’ branch of our military represents pure USA pride, baby: A double shot of red, white and blue which, like garlic and crucifixes, violently repels the likes of Hellary and Obola.

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  41. 4EDouglas says:

    ” The arching sky is caliing Spacemen back to their trade- all hands standy! feefalling-and the lights below us fade.”
    From Heinlein’s The Green Hiiis of Earth.
    We’re Back!
    My only regret is I’m not on it…

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  42. Sue says:

    Absolutely beautiful pictures!!
    Godspeed, astronauts!!

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  43. bcsurvivor2 says:

    Well, we couldnt see anything…sad face.. Different fuel? So happy to see so many people in my neighborhood come out to see the launch and bring their young kids.
    this is beyond incredible..to infinity and beyond!!!
    gotta give kudus to Elon Musk also.
    Just WOW!

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  44. Jimmy R says:

    That was incredible! I can’t believe it!

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  45. carterzest says:

    That was AMAZING!

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  46. James Bryan says:

    Brave astronauts!

    Great Job NASA/SpaceX!

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  47. 335blues says:

    I love America. Godspeed Bob and Doug, you carry the hopes and dreams
    of America with you.

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  48. TradeBait says:

    Tears in my eyes over this one. What a fantastic event, so well done.

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