Michael Sheetz+ Your Authors @thesheetztweetz Space Reporter @CNBC | pitches [email protected] | DM for cell, WhatsApp, Signal, ProtonMail | formerly @DJNF @ESTribune | alumnus @TheKingsCollege Apr. 03, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

NASA and SpaceX did a full Demo-2 launch dress rehearsal with astronauts on Jan. 17 that gives an amazing inside look at Kennedy Space Center.

Credit: @NASA

Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley walking down the crew access arm to Crew Dragon, which was positioned on top of a Falcon 9 rocket before the inflight abort test.

After the checkup, Behnken and Hurley went back to their Tesla Model X rides and headed out.

Here's my story today on Demo-2 and how the mission is still going forward:


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