SpaceX launched its third crew to the International Space Station an hour before sunrise Friday, recycling a rocket and spacecraft for the first time.The Crew-2 mission, which includes the first European, Thomas Pesquet of France, blasted off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.“We’re glad to be back in space,” said mission commander Shane Kimbrough of the United States.The Crew Dragon capsule, named Endeavour, is now racing to catch up with the ISS.Earlier, the team said their…



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