Nasa SpaceX crew return: Dragon capsule splashes down


Space six crew dragon space capsule successfully returned to work splashed out NASA astronauts Bob Banchan and Doug Hurley splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola, Florida After two months aboard the international space station, the crew's separated from the space station Saturday night and slowly drifted toward reentry. Less than an hour before splashdown. The space six capsule began firing its rockets to slow down and after re entering the atmosphere, the parachutes were deployed, bringing the crew to the water at a gentle 15 miles an hour. ABC is Mark Millar that water landing moved from the Atlantic to the Gulf because of tropical tropical storm storm impacting impacting Florida's Florida's East East Coast. Coast. Our Our tipped tipped in in the the administrator administrator for for ST ST Lucie Lucie County County says says even even as as it it passes passes strong strong tropical tropical storm storm conditions conditions are are still likely along the barrier islands with tropical storm conditions in many passing squalls. Expect that storm to head right up the coast

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