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SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Crew Dragon spacecraft with two astronauts to the International Space Station. Parts of the Falcon 9 landed successfully back on Earth to be used again for future missions. Retired Air Force Colonel Scott Caine joined CBSN to discuss this historic moment.

Saturday's liftoff of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to the International Space Station will be the first time humans will be launched by a private company's rocket. Retired Air Force Colonel Scott Caine joined CBSN to discuss this historic moment.


SpaceX made history once again on Sunday, when the "Dragon Endeavour" dropped off two NASA astronauts at the International Space Station as part of a historic mission on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Mark Strassmann has the latest from the Kennedy Space Center.

On Tuesday, seven states and the District of Columbia will hold Democratic presidential primaries. Four of them were postponed from April and May due to the coronavirus pandemic. But that's not the only thing the virus has changed in this election cycle. Ed O'Keefe reports. 

SpaceX made history Saturday with a successful rocket launch from the Kennedy Space Center. The Falcon 9 launch was the first to carry American astronauts launched from American soil in nearly a decade, and the first time a private company has sent people to space. Mark Strassman reports.

After the U.S. retired its space shuttle program, Russia's Soyuz rocket capsule was the only way to send people to the International Space Station. SpaceX's successful launch Saturday most likely means an end to that monopoly. Elizabeth Palmer takes a tour of a Soyuz facility in Moscow.

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