What happened at the live shuttle event on Sunday, May 6?
The live shuttle demonstration on Sunday was the first time the live event on the Space Coast had been staged on the same day in the past.
It was the second-ever live shuttle tour event at the Space Center, the second live shuttle shuttle event in three years.
The first was the opening ceremony for the 2017 International Space Station (ISS) launch.
This event marked the first opportunity for the public to see how NASA and SpaceX have planned to build a future space station, according to NASA.
The event was held in the main hall at the Spaceport America, and featured a live presentation of the International Space University (ISSU) and a SpaceX Dragon capsule.
The live demonstration was also filmed in the Space Pavilion, where the live demonstration took place.
On the show floor, the Dragon capsule flew a commercial crew capsule from the Spacewalk Center to the ISS, where it was returned to Earth.
It will be returned to the International Spaceport of Record in Florida on Monday.
The ISS was supposed to be launched in 2019.
However, the mission was postponed to 2021.
This delayed the launch to 2021, due to a major glitch in the launch vehicle’s launch sequence.
This glitch delayed the spacecraft’s liftoff from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station to the Space Station.
It also delayed the capsule’s re-entry from the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
This delay led to the delay of the capsule from its scheduled launch in October 2021.
After the launch, the SpaceX Dragon was destroyed on impact with the Atlantic Ocean.
The Dragon capsule was recovered and is now being recovered at sea.
This happened on Saturday, May 5, as the Dragon spacecraft was being retrieved by a SpaceX tugboat.
The SpaceX tug was carrying the Dragon back to the launch site for further processing.
SpaceX also tweeted that a Dragon capsule recovered from the ocean is in good condition.
The news was met with applause from the crowd.
The space shuttle Atlantis was the only vehicle in history to reach orbit, and its last flight was on May 27, 2017.
The next crewed mission is scheduled to be the Space Launch System (SLS), which is a successor to the original Space Shuttle.