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Dragon capsule achieves orbit, heads towards space stationA historic moment for SpaceX, which became the first private corporation to launch people into orbit. As NASA TV lived streamed the preparations for the Space X launch, coronavirus concerns were
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SpaceX | Spacecraft, Rockets, & Facts | BritannicaSpaceX DragonDragon capsule by SpaceX docking with the International Space Station on May 25, 2012—the first time a commercial spacecraft did so. SpaceX/NASA (A Britannica Publishing Partner)