NASA Astronauts Arrive at the International Space Station on SpaceX Spacecraft

NASA Astronauts Arrive at the International Space Station on SpaceX Spacecraft

After a successful launch into orbit yesterday, SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour spacecraft is en route to dock with the International Space Station. Watch as astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley join the crew aboard our orbiting laboratory:

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66 Responses

  1. Vedic Sage says:

    “Just look into it.” – Eddie Bravo

  2. Curt Walter says:

    23:37 final approach to docking
    27:35 Soft capture complete (first step of docking)


    3:33:38 is when they enter the ISS your welcome 😂

  4. Fredriik Forkbeard says:

    I suddenly feel ancient… I can remember the grainy B&W vids from the moon landing in ‘69.

  5. Sitar&Guitar says:

    WOW – We witnessed this. amazing event. A sign of Optimism among a slew of underwhelming and dismal 2020. And Doug just proved we sweat even in space!

  6. Camila Escobar says:

    Great moment to witness live..
    Since they were included in the ceremony, it would have been nice to at least name the Russian astronauts even though people may already know who they are. Nevertheless fascinating to watch this moment in history

  7. Raphael Lazar says:

    To my future self: in a year of catastrophic events (2020), America did this. I’m lying in my bed, ready for sleep, in a city in Saudi Arabia.
    I’m troubled I can’t go home to my family, but I know things will be okay soon. And I hope things will be okay for everyone else.
    Stay Safe Guys.

  8. Chib says:

    Fascinated that we can see all of this happen live. I’m 20 now, I can’t imagine what’s gonna happen in the near future, so to my future self, just so you know, you saw this in 2020, in your bed, and you were smiling real hard.

  9. Koniglet says:

    2020: Covid pandemic, wildfires, riots, Doug Hurley bangs his head on the ISS entry hatch

    • Seth Jansson says:

      Wild fires and riots have been a thing for almost a decade now if not, for a century.

    • clint hotrod says:

      if you are watching history in space, and all your thoughts are a Biden presidency, you have no future.
      buckle up. 4 more years.

    • Aesthetical says:

      @clint hotrod I seriously don’t understand how a man that has been VP for 8 years, Senate for 30+ years and yet he says he will fix all Americas problem?

    • •Izzy x Denmark• says:

      *gotta love comment conflict*

    • spudthegreater USA says:

      @Aesthetical Especially since he was a major source of its problems.

  10. Alex Vuong says:

    @ 3:33:33 Dough bumped his head and wouldn’t stop rubbing his head. 🙂

  11. nounoufriend says:

    Well done USA back in space you been to long out of it , from the UK

  12. StepKickKing says:

    Imagine kids in school and college studying history in 100 years, and they get to the year “2020”.

    That’s gonna be a very big essay…

  13. X Kişisi says:

    Dang! You forgot the dinosaur alone inside the hatch guys! 🦕🦖

  14. slinkyslider says:

    I wonder how long Doug will have that bump on his head…

  15. Tyrone Williams says:

    “SpaceX can’t send astronauts to the ISS yet, it’s not possible.”

    SpaceX: “No, it’s necessary.”

  16. jimmer hardy says:

    Doug bumped his head exiting Dragon. Hope he’s AOK.

  17. Jd3 says:

    45:28 “Dragon…SpaceX………your fly is open.”

  18. ADVENTURE BUM flying sailing camping & more says:

    From AUSTRALIA. Well done! An amazing moment to see the USA back in the human spaceflight game!

  19. Dio Brando says:

    It’s a previlige to be able to witness this historic event live.

  20. Aaron M. Lambert, Ph.D. says:

    Beyond SpaceX, as a Harvard Neuroscientist, I’m incredibly excited about Elon’s NeuraLink and will soon be releasing vids that will go into how it works and what it may be able to accomplish in terms of ameliorating various disease conditions. Sub if interested. Details verifying my background/affiliations can be found in my “about” section. Cheers. 🧠⚡🤯🚀

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