Crew Demo-1 Mission | Rendezvous, Docking, and Hatch Opening 

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At 2:49 a.m. EST on March 2, SpaceX launched Crew Dragon’s first demonstration mission from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The intent of this test flight without crew on board the spacecraft was to demonstrate SpaceX’s capabilities to safely and reliably fly astronauts to and from the International Space Station as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.
Crew Dragon docked with the ISS on March 3 at 3:02 a.m. PST, becoming the first American spacecraft to autonomously dock with the orbiting laboratory. The spacecraft undocked from the ISS at 11:32 p.m. PST on March 7 and splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean at 5:45 a.m. PST on March 8.

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Fabio Ferreira Gomes
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fetB Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Is there a track list or does someone know the tracks at 3:41:00 or 3:46:00?
minneapolis Yes
minneapolis Yes Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Morgz: 20 ads in 10 min video SpaceX bigbrains: 0 ads in 6 hour video
I hate Alexia
I hate Alexia Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Watching this while waiting demo-2 to dock...
Mary Thompson
Mary Thompson Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I'm here after Demo2 launch to see how docking is going to go tomorrow... so sool.
Antichrys Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
4:08:50 There has to be a better and faster way to do this.... And I thought "realistic" docking on some space games took too long for comfort. In any case, iss crew are running a lengthy but necessary inspection process of examining whether or not it's safe to fully integrate crew dragon. The ship is plugged into the stations power systems and air is circulated to prevent creating pockets of co2 due to effects of microgravity. IMO in preparation for a commercial spaceflight future, ai driven analytical approaches to docking should be tested and certified on iss so that cargo and personnel transfer can happen quickly without sacrificing safety, security, and quality of inspection. Thoughts?
Doc Nathan
Doc Nathan Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Just about 2 weeks and we’ll see a similar mission, but with crew onboard.
The Space Coast Life
The Space Coast Life Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
At 4:32 pm EST. on May 27th 2020, America will send our astronauts to the ISS. It's been nearly 10 years since the end of the Space Shuttle. Thank you Space X for getting us back!
Christian Bmw
Christian Bmw Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Stanslate french please
Christian Bmw
Christian Bmw Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Go elon go ! You ar warrior for space
Aiden jans Gaming
Aiden jans Gaming Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
4:19 animation docking
Aiden jans Gaming
Aiden jans Gaming Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
docking 2:21:35
Hayden Travis
Hayden Travis Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
Crazy idea: Could starship gather up the used Falcon 9 upper stages? Retroactively fully reusable, maybe?
AGP Channel
AGP Channel Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
What make it too long to open dragon's hatch ?
quadrplax Pirms Gada
3:14:40 When you click a random spot in the video and the first thing you hear is "catastrophic failure"
William Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Why she have said this ?
Neil Fordan
Neil Fordan Pirms Gada
Boeing should take some notes when showing mission control, play music in the background. :D
Neil Fordan
Neil Fordan Pirms Gada
2:35:24 hey what is that? hahahaha
Neil Fordan
Neil Fordan Pirms Gada
the real image is very close to the rendered images
cityzenkane108 Pirms Gada
Love your music. Might I suggest Zero Point productions as a source for music.
Charley Zimmer
Charley Zimmer Pirms Gada
See Boeing, THIS is how you do it properly!
Aaron Jacobs
Aaron Jacobs Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@Charley Zimmer oh starliner will fly to the iss, it just means the commercial crew program will go on for longer so both SpaceX and Boeing get their 6 contracted flights with crew
Charley Zimmer
Charley Zimmer Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@Aaron Jacobs That be so but time will be the ultimate decider.
Aaron Jacobs
Aaron Jacobs Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@Charley Zimmer yeah, ill give you the 737 max, that is a dangerous piece of metal that should never be allowed to fly again. But starliner had an issue that the boeing team couldn't of caught in advance (the MET issue, not the issue with the thruster firings after the service module detaches) and at least boeing admitted their mistake with starliner and chose to refly the oft mission
Charley Zimmer
Charley Zimmer Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@Aaron Jacobs I'm not some SpaceX fan geek hell I'm curious to see Blue Origin New Glenn rocket, I'm giving Boeing a hard time cuz there supposed to be a high-quality company yet they keep making crafts that can't fly properly or worse crash.
Aaron Jacobs
Aaron Jacobs Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@Charley Zimmer so, it just means there weren't any issues that required correction on the test flight. Its all well and good being a SpaceX fan, but sometimes it can get toxic to the point where all you hear is "if it isn't SpaceX, its terrible and shouldn't exist"
HABD DZ Pirms Gada
daheck..... how does two things moving at 33908423 kmh dock to each other?!?!?
Joachim Voldseth
Joachim Voldseth Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
Velocity is roughly 27 500 km/h not 33908423 km/h. The relative velocity between the two craft when closing in is very slow.
cityzenkane108 Pirms Gada
Its relative.
cityzenkane108 Pirms Gada
Its relative.
Benjamin R
Benjamin R Pirms Gada
HABD DZ Math & Engineering
EveryOne Pirms Gada
Here starliner want to learn how SpaceX did it
Darren AM
Darren AM Pirms Gada
Is this really nearly 7 hours long ?....sorry Spacex, i love ya n all that but i don't have enough life hours left to do that...adios.
Lukas A
Lukas A Pirms Gada
really love the coverage of space x, they do a creat job!
Kenneth James
Kenneth James Pirms Gada
Boeing sucks
Bear Lemley
Bear Lemley Pirms Gada
Who’s here after the Starliner failure just to have a look at the flawless, Emmy award winning Crew Dragon test flight?
Feitidede Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
here bc demo 2 launch was postponed
Lobapo Pirms Gada
@Veritates Educational James Kelly was talking about Boeing but I guess your still right since Jeff Bezos funds Boeing with Amazon, not taxpayer money.
Veritates Educational
James Kelly SpaceX isn’t paid with Taxpayer money
James Kelly
James Kelly Pirms Gada
Now, now, it wasn't a complete failure. It did what it was designed to do... gobble up as much taxpayer money as possible.
Kurtis Thompson
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Nanu Arora
Nanu Arora Pirms Gada
@4:39 what are these guys doing wearing those masks? Checking cabin pressure or something?
Randy R
Randy R Pirms Gada
I believe Russia had a Inflight abort system... Right? They said in the video this is the first...
James Connolly
James Connolly Pirms Gada
Randy E first with a pusher system rather than a pulling system
Jeffrey Pirms Gada
Why is this video only able to play at 480p? I would think it would be at 1080p. Any ideas?
Joel Pekkanen
Joel Pekkanen Pirms Gada
The little plush toy floating around on the tether is cool 😁👍
Виктор Иванов
Русские уже давно колонию на Марсе держат 😉
Pinochet Pirms Gada
5:00:00 Listen to the music and look at the spacecraft, we truly are in the future!!!
Happy Fox
Happy Fox Pirms Gada
I like how Space X uses Engineers that are enthusiastic rather than a person that just sells the story to us, at least then they can be proud and say "I did that" or "well, looks like we have a problem with this, but we can rectify it by doing that" or even "reason for the abort appears to be this" or even "we're going to purposefully abort the craft to see if the components and lives will be saved" It does make a lot of difference because they can translate to English what is happening rather than quote things that the engineers and misquote them in the process.
Baabenchier Pirms Gada
4:20:55 "It almost smells like burned metal." ... Hmm... "Do you taste metal?" Radiation from space, eh? I remember too much from HBO chernobyl...
Adam Anderson
Adam Anderson Pirms Gada
No it’s off-gassing from metal components. If it was radiation then the inside of the ISS would smell just as metal as compartments that were just exposed to space.
Is the flashing from Dragon the rockets firing to maintain distance? 2:05:00
Alex Marquette
Alex Marquette Pirms Gada
no that is the docking light inside of Dragon itself. The Draco engines are on the side which control movement.
Elon you are mad
Uranus Pirms Gada
8:06 “NASA’s Ass”
Simply Space
Simply Space Pirms Gada
RIP DM-1 Dragon, you will be missed.
The_Player_0ne Pirms Gada
Damn it looks cozy in there (for a space capsule)
Gerardo Delgatho Gahona
Congratulations , SpaceX and NASA!
Alon Shapiro
Alon Shapiro Pirms Gada
Wow I'm Excited
Alexandra Kaidan-Berry
Hi!!! You and Grimes make a nice couple!!! I am about to start IVF and adopt a Yerg! Wish we could meet!!! Maybe at one of your launches! Neurolink sounds great! Hope it will cure alzheimers for everybody! Can't believe this is happening!!! I know it's Star Trek but I miss the old days of simplicity! OK, tell Grimy we will share in space, hahahaha!!!! Don't know if I can do this sharing thing lol!!!!
Jonas Milving
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Jonas Milving
Jonas Milving Pirms Gada
Hvornår begynder i at se om astronauter op i rummet med den nye privatlivet og rumkapsel
jayc5000 Pirms Gada
Work fast
zLoli Pirms Gada
Some day I’ll travel to a rouged planet.
Arthur Gregorie Griño
At 3:01:00
Arthur Gregorie Griño
Is that the mars
Kody AWESOME Pirms Gada
At 4:12:28 are the little dots the stars light passing through the wall and people or am I seeing a lighting artifact...?
Frank R. Haugen
Frank R. Haugen Pirms Gada
SpaceX made space fun again
Normal Boss
Normal Boss Pirms Gada
Who is here after watching a video when opportunity dies
How Does it Really Work
1:36:12 Glorious view of the jets from the thrusters. You can barely see them later, when the exposure is dialed down to show the ship properly, but here all the conditions are just perfect to see them.
House of Teixido
House of Teixido Pirms Gada
Is GOMspace with this mission?
Иван Абрамов
Какие последствия взрыва Crew Dragon, насколько это замедлит планы по строительству Super Heavy и Starship, что с полётом астронавтов, отменены?
Alvar Márquez Calvo
Why is Dwayne Johnson's twin brother testing this rocket?
Ida Hagen
Ida Hagen Pirms Gada
I want to go to the space 😭😍
Mystrider Pirms Gada
I wish he’d stop rubbing his hands together
Hardy alejandro
Hardy alejandro Pirms Gada
Esto es genial!!!
Ingo3112 Pirms Gada
Date on his computer shows 1.1.2019 mhm ^^
Counterpart2U Pirms Gada
Release the truth on alien's, do it now! Stop governments from lying to the people of the world.
Кал Аналиевич
Молодцы Американцы, решили порадовать к 12 Апреля, так держать! Жаль, что нам порадовать нечем, кроме прыгающего Рогозина на батуте...
Four4 Pirms Gada
Imagine if it was an unplanned docking :'D
Тимур Русанов
...Or any drago.. oh excuse me i mean Dragon 2 capsule... he-he
Тимур Русанов
PantsuMann Pirms Gada
Like John Hammond said; Spared no expense. SpaceX docking interface looks slick af.
উন্মাদ রাজ্য
then what was the cause of the mission?
Den Camisasca
Den Camisasca Pirms Gada
4:32:54 first time using protective mask...
Franc Franc
Franc Franc Pirms Gada
unheardrip Pirms Gada
Time to invest in SpaceX and NASA, they finally merged. I do not understand why this didn't happen before?, (well I kinda do if we look at the financial side) but I'm so glad this finally happened. Exploring the never ending universe is up to all of us, and includes all of us in it individually and is not only the job SpaceX or NASA.
Vic Casados
Vic Casados Pirms Gada
Congratulations! As well as incidentally dis-proving the whole "zero g shots are done with wires" nonsense. You know, because these motions are, literally, IMPOSSIBLE except in zero g. Science wins. Again.
Paul wills
Paul wills Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
It looks more like a damaged sensor in the camera to me what you are seeing is lots of dead pixels which became clear to see at full digital zoom they show up every time they fully zoom in
Amun Ra
Amun Ra Pirms Gada
4:14:40 "You idiots! You accidentally placed the star overlay on the astronauts INSIDE the ISS. We're only supposed to show that when the camera is pointing out the window at the black screen. Pan out slowly and we'll fade the star overlay out and hope nobody notices!!!" - NASA
Winston Smith
Winston Smith Pirms Gada
Vic Casados so you've not seen the movie gravity or heard of computer graphics?
Will Lowe
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sinoks3000 Pirms Gada
6:12:00 the plush-globe finally gets attention ^^
stel geron
stel geron Pirms Gada
johanponken Pirms Gada
Added to my "Watch Later" list. 6 hours 55 minutes - I'll watch that MUCH later! (But I still LOVE it!!)
Mark ODay
Mark ODay Pirms Gada
and nasa is still foundering trying to get a heavy lifter going why?
fusionstar916 Pirms Gada
Because why not?
221 b
221 b Pirms Gada
Ask Boeing.
Athbi FaHad
Athbi FaHad Pirms Gada
Manfred Von Richthofen
So is your brain
57HarleyDavidson Pirms Gada
+NoMaS Legend The Earth Isn't Flat..
Natan Pirms Gada
can you upload the launch with the sound you recorded on the dummy? that would be the ultimate experience with headphones.
Chrissy Narine
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Maciej Saferna
Maciej Saferna Pirms Gada
Why only 480p?
Kaleb Klein
Kaleb Klein Pirms Gada
Why did it take you guys so long to post a video? Lol this happened weeks ago.
Marco O.o
Marco O.o Pirms Gada
#elonmusk #lifeonmars
CT1JRZ Pirms Gada
Go SpaceX. Another success!
RWBHere Pirms Gada
Thanks. It's appreciated, and better than the live NASA feed on the day. It would be perfect without that sound effects loop. Space is silent, and silence is golden. 😉
Valley Pirms Gada
Yatie Tie
Yatie Tie Pirms Gada
Great 👍👍👍
Ivan Ivanov
Ivan Ivanov Pirms Gada
Can you do a 10 minutes highlights for those missions please? That would be much of a better PR I believe, because it's much easier to watch.
Alex Marquette
Alex Marquette Pirms Gada
I mean timestamps would be better than highlights, that way you can skip to certain parts as needed.
Evyn Jacob
Evyn Jacob Pirms Gada
I skipped a five hours in and I'm like what!
Gros Lait
Gros Lait Pirms Gada
Wtf 6hours ?!
T o b i L o s GaMiNg
What is the date of launch falcon heavy arab-sat a6
T o b i L o s GaMiNg
@221 b thank you so much, thanks for helping
221 b
221 b Pirms Gada
Weather is 80% go Wed March 10. Tomorrow 22:35 GMT.
I B Pirms Gada
Uh. These presentations are so phoney and corporate. And awkward!
Bernhard B.
Bernhard B. Pirms Gada
Manny Calavera
Manny Calavera Pirms Gada
Elon Musk is basically tony stark
Josh Deighton
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koshua Pirms Gada
"Common Communications for Visiting Vehicles" you mean HAILING FREQUENCIES jeez
AlohaMilton Pirms Gada
Dragon in the sun. That moment it came into the light on the approach, stunning! Absolutely beautiful!
fatarsemonkey Pirms Gada
I'm glad Dr Mann wasn't flying the Dragon.
shreyash joshi
shreyash joshi Pirms Gada
Spacex is doing a really amazing job.
Tesla Tesla
Tesla Tesla Pirms Gada
Great4Humanity ❤️
Pawel Dziekonski
Pawel Dziekonski Pirms Gada
480p ???
Mark Martin
Mark Martin Pirms Gada
My guess is that posting in lo-res is to make sure it's not high enough quality to be worth stealing it for unauthorized use.
Tom K
Tom K Pirms Gada
7 hours is a long time! Here’s what I think are the most interesting parts. About ATD: 9:02 ISS: 12:00 Specs of capsule: 15:00 Pad abort test: 16:34 Docking begins 2:18:30 Preparing to open her up 2:39:00 1st Hatch opening: 4:08:50 Inside the capsule!!: 4:37:20 *coolest part*
Alan Deutsch
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Tom K
Tom K Pirms Gada
Black Mirror Darth no problemo!
Counterpart2U Pirms Gada
Thanks, your timeline made it much less painful to watch! I'm a simple layman, so much of the video is boring....
usuario 1 Google
usuario 1 Google Pirms Gada
Tom Kalas thank you
Matthew I believe the manbon White
Thanks alot!!!!
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