The Crew Dragon crew moved in automatic mode for docking with the ISS
The crew Dragon Crew turned the ship into automatic mode for docking with the ISS, the spacecraft is 100 meters from the station, the company SpaceX is a live broadcast.
Crew Dragon was launched from Cape Canaveral on Saturday in the first test manned flight. Aboard are NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken.
The flight is fully automated, but twice at the request of NASA and the SpaceX crew took control of the ship to check its work.
The first leg of the flight manual held shortly after reaching orbit, the second before docking.
The ship was again transferred to the automatic flight, when he was in 176 metres from the station. Now Crew Dragon approached the station less than 100 meters.
To the ISS for docking see Russian cosmonauts, Ivan Wagner, Anatoly Ivanishin and American Chris Cassidy - according to him, the station is ready for docking with the next manned space vehicle.