Johnson Space Center
Dragon crew begins augmented version of NASA’s standard pre-launch quarantine
Video: Demo-2 crew training reel
Dragon astronauts wrap up training, prepare to enter quarantine
SpaceX aces last Dragon parachute test before crew launch
Video: Astronauts participate in Crew Dragon launch day dress rehearsal
Photos: Astronauts train to ride a Dragon into space
Crew training continues for SpaceX’s first launch with astronauts
During a visit to Cape Canaveral this week, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken strapped in to the SpaceX crew capsule they will ride into orbit as soon as mid-to-late May. Next week, the astronauts will be in Houston to continue training for an extended stay on the International Space Station that could last two-to-three months.
Pandemic prompts few changes to busy month on space station
Christina Koch having no problems re-adapting to Earth after record space flight
Astronaut Christina Koch, six days after returning from a record 11-month stay aboard the International Space Station, said Wednesday she’s re-adapting to gravity with no major problems, enjoying family life, an initial trip to the beach, playing with her dog “LBD” and a kitchen packed with chips and salsa, a favorite food in short supply aboard the station.