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SpaceX Crew Dragon splashes down in Gulf of Mexico

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SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour splashes down in the Gulf of Mexico on time after re-entering the Earth's atmosphere and deploying its parachutes without any glitches. "It's truly our honor and privilege," says Doug Hurley, one of the two astronauts on board. IMAGES

Added on the 02/08/2020 21:12:05 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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