When asked about their journey, Hurley told NASA officials back on the ground that he “couldn’t be happier” about how the spacecraft performed.
“The hysteria raised after the successful launch of the Crew Dragon spacecraft is hard to understand,” Vladimir Ustimenko, a spokesman for Russia’s Roscosmos space agency, said about Trump’s comments per Reuters.
NASA officials estimate they’ll remain on the ISS for at least a month, though they could be returning to Earth as late as September.
On Saturday, Trump declared that“[t]oday’s launch makes clear the commercial space industry is the future.”AdvertisementThat much is no exaggeration.
While the date is far from being set in stone, NASA and SpaceX are already looking to August 30th for the next Crew Dragon launch.

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