Historic SpaceX Crew Dragon “Resilience” Crew-1 Ready to Launch November 14th

Historic SpaceX Crew Dragon “Resilience” Crew-1 Ready to Launch November 14th

SpaceX Crew Dragon, named “Resilience” by the crew chosen for the mission, is ready for the Crew-1 Mission launch set for the date of November 14th PST to take four astronauts of the Expedition 64 to the ISS. 

This “Crew Dragon”, to be called “Dragon Rider” but is now Dragon 2 , is part of the SpaceX Dragon capsule class family.  It is actually not one of the 14 vessels in the “Cargo Dragon” family, also known as Dragon 1 or Dragonlab, but a new capsule designated for human crew. As of now there appears to be four Crew Dragons produced.  


The Crew-1, having completed it’s processing, is currently at NASA awaiting the upcoming scheduled flight on a Falcon 9 rocket, launch pad LC-39A, at the Kennedy Space Center. 

Resilience, will carry to the ISS, the crew of American astronauts Shannon Walker, Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, along with Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi on board. This is the second mission carrying humans and the first mission carrying another country’s astronaut aboard a Dragon. 

You don’t want to miss this monumental flight! Stay tuned!  💫

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