F9: Dragon CRS-11 - ISS resupply (mission thread)


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DocM

Weather not looking good at all. Prepare for a scrub.

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Unobscured Vision

Yeah. :(

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Unobscured Vision

Lightning Flight Rule violation. Recycling the clock. Scrub till Saturday.

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Possible scrub for Saturday's launch

 

60% GO, perhaps dropping to 50%

 

Primary concerns: Anvil Cloud Rule, Cumulus Cloud Rule, Flight through Precipitation.

 

If there's a scrub, it's uncertain if it'll be a 24 or 48 hour reset.

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DocM

If this launch goes...

 

 

 

 

 

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DocM

Still counting.....

 

Exact launch time adjusted to 1707;38 EDT.

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NASA YouTube Event at 1730;00 EDT

 

 

 

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NASA webcast reports 90% GO!

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DocM

 

Funky SpaceX music

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Funky SpaceX music

SpaceX webcast has gone live

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DocM

Smooth count, so far.

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Jim K

Go for launch

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DocM

LIFTOFF!!

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DocM

MAX-Q

 

Sep

 

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Jim K

Love that boostback burn video after sep.

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DocM

Yup. Never gets old.

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DocM

Entry burn

 

Landing

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Jim K

haha...that never gets old either.  Light as a feather landing.

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DocM

Touchdown!

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anthdci

easy

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DocM

 

SECO-1

 

Dragon sepatation

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Solar arrays deployed

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NASA webcast ends, and there'll be a NASA TV presser at 1800 EDT

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