In case if you're just joining us, you can see on your screen there Dragon has just reentered the earth's atmosphere after departing from the International Space Station.
We have a gorgeous shot of four healthy parachutes deployed and slowing the vehicle down as it is approaching the surface of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
And it's continuing to descend under those chutes.
We just passed 500 meters.
Everything continuing to look good via reports to all the flight control teams.
Now we're at about 400 meters.
And just passing 300 meters, continuing to descend.
We might be right on time.
We were planning on splashing down at about 5:45 AM.
Pacific and we're getting real close to that bingo time.
Just passed 200 meters.
And we have confirmation that dragon is now 100 meters above the surface of the ocean.
So next up, spin, standing by for splashdown.
And there we have confirmation of splash down.
Dragon has returned to planet earth, it is now back home.
And you can see on their screen our two fast boats racing out to the capsule now in recovery.
Touch down came right on time, 5:45 a.m.
Pacific, 8:45 a.m.
over on the east cast.
The teams that have been ready and waiting, they were staged just a few nautical miles away, they're gonna start moving in now.
You can see those two fast approach boats, they're already speeding their way towards the capsule.
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