NASA, SpaceX keep close eye on possible astronaut splashdown

Doug Hurley and Bob Behken are slated to undock from the International Space Station on Saturday night and splashdown in a capsule off the Florida coast.
0:22 | 07/31/20

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To the index and NASA and SpaceX keeping a close 08 hurricane Isa yes for now American astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bacon or sleet it's undock. From the iasis tomorrow and splashed down in a capsule off the Florida coast Sunday afternoon it's a feat NASA has not completed since 1975. They have only 48 hours of oxygen supply after undocking a decision is expected to.

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