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    A highligts video on the DM-1 mission from launch to touch down in the Atlantic.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_co...&v=NhKFBW3S8Pg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeovers View Post
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    As indicated "searches"can deliver many "results".

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    I am following this for years
    I on the other hand have not and therefore utilise previous "results", from a proven source.

    In this case you, , having demonstrated, to all here on TD, knowledge and impartiality.

    Not the correct number, most likely not virgins and possibly not females, but you will receive something similar for your efforts.

    Have a great International Womans Day.

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    I thought this one looked a little bit Asian, more so if it had a thatched roof.

    Here is the Thai recovery fleet utilising the waiting time by doing some fishing, Note the bamboo lifting cranes on the two multi-purpose boats, in the distance.


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    The crew of the russian Soyuz that failed last year had another launch yesterday. This time they made it to the ISS. The ISS is now back up to the usual 6 people instead of the minimal crew of 3 they had since the failed launch.


    The probably very well checked Soyuz


    Thorough launch preparation


    Crew in the capsule, ready for launch


    launch


    ISS approach
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    Dragon looks cooler.......

    Thanks again, TO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeovers View Post
    Crew in the capsule, ready for launch
    I bet they were praying more than the holy man.



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    Thanks again, TO!
    Amen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Dragon looks cooler.......
    From the published numbers Soyuz has a bigger pressurized volume than Dragon.

    I wonder how they arrive to those numbers. Even considering that Soyuz has 2 separate compartments. The one where 3 cosmonauts are packed in is the smaller of the two. There is an additional orbital module that gets discarded before reentry.

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