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SpaceX's Crew Dragon Is Safely Back On Earth. Now it's the Astronauts' Turn

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon Is Safely Back On Earth. Now it's the Astronauts' Turn

SpaceX's Crew Dragon Is Safely Back On Earth. Now it's the Astronauts' Turn

There was nobody aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon to feel the jolt when the spacecraft splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean at 8:45 a.m.

ET Friday morning off the Florida coast after six days in orbit.

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