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[NSS]More on the Falcon 9/Dragon Test Flight
« on: February 19, 2011, 12:11:06 PM »
More on the Falcon 9/Dragon Test Flight

* The Falcon 9 rocket performed nearly flawlessly. The roll attitude was solid through the entire flight. The first stage sep was without impingement.
* The Dragon capsule entered orbit 301×288 on a targeted 300km circular.
* The capsule thrusters were tested on maneuvers similar to what is required for ISS docking.
* 4 Cubesats [...]

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