SpaceX’s Dragon left the planet on October 7th in a blaze of glory, and should be docking with the International Space Station imminently. If you’d like to start your morning with some vertigo-inducing spectacle, head on past the break to watch the action live.
Update: Dragon has successfully completed its coupling with the ISS. The task was completed at 9:03AM, Eastern Time, and the capsule will remain in space until October 28th, when it’s scheduled to splash down in the Pacific Ocean, bringing bevy of used equipment and scientific samples back to earth.
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