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Well this is history in the making right now and it's happening 215 miles above the earth.
The unmanned space ex dragon.
Making its historic docking with the International Space Station the first time ever for a privately -- -- And Phil beating Phil Keating is watching all of this is beating the bushes for news on the south had there bell.
So as we have seen this morning this kind of docking that's an easy process.
Not at all it is incredibly complex everything's got to be done extremely precisely down to the micro millimeter both vehicles -- -- -- And the capsule traveling at 171500.
Miles an hour have a robotic arm done anything wrong that -- look at -- tumbled.
Out of control.
At was absolutely high drama in low earth orbit and here is the moment of space history.
Cancer is confirmed.
-- capture you met a lot of folks happy down here over -- not -- right here in Houston crated up cut.
I hit situation looks like we got to -- drag it by the tail.
Kennedy announces commentary getting a lot of -- down there in Houston at Johnson Space Center.
A Dave elation but it is not over we are far from over actually.
We have their arm attached to the dragon capsule is gonna take about three hours to slowly bring -- -- and then snugly -- securely.
Birth -- with the space station and at that moment.
This very very long day will finally be going to be about a -- -- fourteen hour day and perhaps.
Quite fitting here this is the first American company with entrepreneur spirit.
It has succeed successfully.
Put its first capsule in space of the space station and it was an American astronaut.
NASA's Don -- operating DR.
Wow that is just fascinating in the -- live shot -- that we're looking at right there.
Thank you so much -- really beautiful side.
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