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Old June 6th 21, 11:05 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default crew2 booster thruster firings

NSF video coverage of Crew2 benefited from time of day and excellent
weather, with 2 different cameras catching the first stage, after stage
separation, doing thruster firings and the entry burn.



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