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  • 05/30/2020 08:19 PM

    Protestors force shut down of State Road 408, troopers say

    Protestors forced the shutdown of State Road 408 in both directions, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

    Troopers said about 20 officers were on hand as well as dozens of citizens at State Road 408 at Orange Blossom Trail.

    Check back with ClickOrlando.com for updates to his story.


  • 05/30/2020 08:12 PM

    Protesters converge on White House for second straight day

    Crowds have gathered around the White House to protest the police killing of a black man in Minneapolis — and President Donald Trump’s response.
  • 05/30/2020 07:59 PM

    Return to Space: SpaceX launches astronauts into orbit, returning human spaceflight to Florida

    Nearly nine years ago, NASA astronaut Doug Hurley landed at Kennedy Space Center on space shuttle Atlantis and knew he would be one of the last to launch from Florida’s Coast for years. But what he didn’t know is that he would also be one of the first to return human spaceflight to U.S. soil.

    On Saturday, Hurley returned to space, along with fellow NASA astronaut Bob Behnken, but this time it was at the beginning of a journey, not the end, and at the hands of SpaceX, a private space company founded a decade ago by billionaire Elon Musk.

    Founded with the goal of human space exploration, SpaceX successfully accomplished that Saturday when it launched the two NASA astronauts on board its Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket at 3:22 p.m. About 10 minutes later the spacecraft successfully was in orbit.

    “I’m quite overcome with emotions on this day," Musk said hours after the launch. "It’s been 18 years working towards this goal so it’s hard to believe that it’s happened.”

    For nearly a decade, NASA astronauts have flown halfway around the world, training in Star City, Russia, before launching on a Russian rocket and spacecraft to the space station.

    [Live video and updates: NASA astronauts liftoff in SpaceX Crew Dragon from Florida]

    In contrast, this week Behnken and Hurley took a quick two-hour flight from Houston, Texas, to Kennedy Space Center, where they prepared to launch on a brand-new spacecraft built in the U.S. and launching from American soil.

    Behnken and Hurley are veteran astronauts, with 1,400 spaceflight hours between them. They were both part of the 2000 astronaut class where they met their wives.

    Both astronauts have young sons. Hurley’s son 10-year-old Jack and Behnken’s son 6-year-old Theo were there along with their moms, former astronaut Karen Nyberg and NASA astronaut Megan McArthur were there to say goodbye to the astronauts as they left the KSC Operations and Checkout building before heading to the launchpad.

    Musk said he spoke to their families, who had entrusted his company to deliver them home safely.

    “We’ve done everything we can to make sure your dads come back OK,” the SpaceX founder said he told the boys.

    NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley, holds the hand of his wife Karen Nyberg as their son Jack, 10 looks on, after Hurley and astronaut Robert Behnken walked out of the Neil A. Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building on their way to Pad 39-A, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Saturday, May 30, 2020. The two astronauts will fly on a SpaceX test flight to the International Space Station. For the first time in nearly a decade, astronauts will blast into orbit aboard an American rocket from American soil, a first for a private company. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
    NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley, holds the hand of his wife Karen Nyberg as their son Jack, 10 looks on, after Hurley and astronaut Robert Behnken walked out of the Neil A. Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building on their way to Pad 39-A, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Saturday, May 30, 2020. The two astronauts will fly on a SpaceX test flight to the International Space Station. For the first time in nearly a decade, astronauts will blast into orbit aboard an American rocket from American soil, a first for a private company. (AP Photo/John Raoux) (John Raoux/)

    During live commentary of the launch SpaceX engineer Lauren Lyons said the astronauts are known as “the dads” by their team.

    “They’re not a payload, they’re a team,” Lyons said.

    [MORE COVERAGE: NASA astronauts wave goodbye to families in 2nd attempt to launch SpaceX Crew Dragon]

    The launch marks the beginning of a new era in U.S. human spaceflight, one shouldered by NASA and commercial companies like SpaceX instead of by the American taxpayer alone.

    “It is absolutely our honor to be part of this effort to get US back into the launch business,” Hurley said minutes before liftoff.

    After the astronauts were on their way to the ISS, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said Hurley and Behnken had named their spacecraft Endeavor.

    Under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, the U.S. space agency will purchase rides from SpaceX and Boeing instead of shelling out $80 million a seat to Russia to delivery its astronauts to the ISS.

    With SpaceX, it costs about $55 million a seat.

    The launch from KSC’s Launch Complex 39A -- the same launch pad where Apollo 11 launched to the moon more than 50 years ago -- happened under less than optimal circumstances.

    The weather was problematic for the first attempt, between several inches of rain prompting flood warnings around Central Florida. Weather also threatened to undo the second launch attempt, but a window of clear skies allowed Falcon 9 to soar through sending Crew Dragon on its journey.

    Not to mention, the world is still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, taking the lives of more than 100,000 in the U.S. alone. Finally, the country faces a presidential election six months away. But space exploration has brought the nation together before during times of uncertainty.

    NASA landed humans on the moon in the middle of the Vietnam War and ongoing civil rights abuses and protests.

    “Here we are all these years later in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and we have this moment in time where we can unite people again,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said. “That’s really what this launch is going to do. It’s not just going to unite, you know, Republicans and Democrats, it’s going to unite the world.”

    During the 30-year span of the space shuttle program, an astronaut launch would draw around 1 million spectators. Due to the global health crisis, launch fans were told to watch from the safety of their homes or if they traveled to the coast to avoid large crowds and maintain 6 feet, per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.

    NASA astronauts blast off into space on a SpaceX rocket, heralding a new era in human spaceflight.
    NASA astronauts blast off into space on a SpaceX rocket, heralding a new era in human spaceflight. (Greg Scott/)

    Despite the circumstances, the historic event drew visitors to the Space Coast anyway, fans gathered at popular viewing spots in Titusville, Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach. For some generations this was their first-time seeing people launch into space.

    During the 19 hour journey to the International Space Station the astronauts will get a chance to eat, sleep and use the bathroom on the spaceship but NASA Commercial Crew Program Manager Kathy Lueders said sleep might be the hardest part.

    “They’re going to get to try to sleep ... or they’re going to get to try to sleep," Lueders said. “And then tomorrow morning we’ll be approaching space station.”

    The test mission isn’t over. Hurley and Behnken must next catch up to the ISS, dock and be greeted by their fellow NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Russian astronauts who await them.

    The astronauts will arrive at the ISS for docking Sunday just before 10:30 a.m. where Cassidy will be waiting to welcome them.

    It won’t be until both astronauts are home, reunited with their families that this test flight will be a true success, then SpaceX will have to do it all over again in August.

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  • 05/30/2020 07:57 PM

    SpaceX presses ahead in historic first launch of astronauts

    Despite more storms in the forecast, SpaceX is pressing ahead in its history attempt to launch astronauts for NASA, a first by a private company.
  • 05/30/2020 07:21 PM

    UPDATE: SpaceX launches NASA astronauts from Kennedy Space Center

    SpaceX tried again Saturday and succeeded in launching NASA astronauts from Kennedy Space Center becoming the first private company to send humans into orbit and ending a nine year gap in human spaceflight from the U.S.

    See the full countdown and launch recap here.

    The first attempt to launch NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley was scrubbed Wednesday due to weather. The second attempt at 3:22 p.m. Saturday went off after the weather cleared.

    News 6 will have reporters at KSC and throughout Brevard County providing important updates on the countdown and information leading up to the launch. Check back for updates throughout the day and don’t forget to join our virtual watch party where you can pick your view of the liftoff.

    All day follow live countdown updates and video in this story from News 6 and ClickOrlando.com as NASA prepares to launch American astronauts from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011.

    Watch NASA and SpaceX countdown coverage below:

    Here’s everything you need to know ahead of this historic day:

    What’s happening? Elon Musk’s private company SpaceX is set to launch two NASA astronauts onboard the Crew Dragon spacecraft on a mission known as Demo-2. The Falcon 9 rocket is set to lift off at 3:22 p.m. from KSC Launch Complex 39A. After liftoff, Crew Dragon will take 19 hours to reach the International Space Station.

    Who is onboard? Veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are the lone passengers onboard the Crew Dragon spacecraft. They also happen to be amazing husbands, fathers and all around amazing people. Read their amazing stories here.

    Why is this so important? Since the end of the space shuttle program, America has paid Russia to ferry its astronauts to and from the space station. As part of NASA’s commercial crew program, the U.S. space agency selected SpaceX and Boeing to develop spacecraft to fly NASA astronauts. This launch will mark the first of the program with people on board.

    Weather updates: As of Saturday morning, the Space Force 45th Weather Squadron is predicting a 50% chance of good liftoff conditions. However, that does not include recovery conditions in case of a launch abort. SpaceX, NASA and Space Force weather officials will be monitoring both liftoff and recovery conditions to make the decision of “go” or “no go” closer to the launch window. Click here to read about what happens if the astronauts need to make an emergency abort.

    What if there is another scrub? SpaceX has two other opportunities to launch Crew Dragon to the ISS this week, on Sunday at 3 p.m. and again on June 2.

    🚀 Demo-2 launch day updates 👨‍🚀

    5 p.m. President Trump speaks at KSC

    President Donald Trump spoke at the KSC Vehicle Assembly Building to a crowd of press, NASA and SpaceX employees as well as Florida elected officials after the launch.

    The successful launch provided the president a moment to relish during what has been a difficult week with protests breaking out in several American cities over the death of a black man, George Floyd, while he was in police custody, and the country’s death toll from the coronavirus surpassing 100,000.

    “That was a beautiful sight to see and I hope you all enjoyed it,” Trump said shortly after the rocket ship designed and built by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company lifted off for a trip to the International Space Station.

    3:34 p.m. Crew Dragon is on its way to space station

    Crew Dragon separated from Falcon 9’s second stage and is now on its way to the International Space Station with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. They are set to autonomously dock at the Space Station at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

    President Donald Trump is expected to speak at Kennedy Space Center around 5 p.m. Saturday. News 6 will carry his remarks live.

    3:22 p.m. Godspeed Bob and Doug

    Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley became the first Americans to launch from U.S. soil in nearly nine years Saturday launching at 3:22 p.m.

    3:13 p.m.

    “It is absolutely our honor to be part of this huge effort to get United States back into the launch business,” Hurley said minutes ahead of liftoff.

    2:35 p.m. Weather is a GO for launch

    NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says weather is looking good for a 3:22 p.m. launch. The Crew Dragon escape system is now armed, the walkway has retracted and fueling of the rocket is ready to begin.

    1:17 p.m. Crew Dragon hatch closes

    SpaceX teams have closed the hatch to the Crew Dragon capsule at Launch Complex 39A.

    1:10 p.m. Clouds and rain building around launch site

    The weather that has launch officials concerned has started to build around KSC. The rocket is no longer visible from the KSC press site, about 3 miles from the Launch Complex 39A.

    News 6 meteorologist Jonathan Kegges said rain is heading toward KSC.

    12:55 p.m.

    The crew are in the Crew Dragon capsule and strapped into their custom made seats. SpaceX will now rotate their seats into “launch position.”

    12:27 p.m. Crew arrives at the launch pad

    Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have arrived at the launch pad. They will head up the launch tower, where they will enter the White Room before getting into the Crew Dragon spacecraft.

    11:50 a.m. The walkout

    The astronauts are set to walk out and send goodbye to their families around noon before riding out to Launch Complex 39A while people all over the Space Coast await for them to climb into the Crew Dragon.

    News 6 is bringing you live coverage of the astronauts from suit up to capsule closing. Watch our special edition of News 6 at Noon by clicking here.

    11:21 a.m. Spacesuit time

    The astronauts, with the help of SpaceX suit techs, are putting on their custom-made spacesuits.

    SpaceX engineer Lauren Lyons said the seats where the astronauts sit during suit checks are similar to those in the Crew Dragon spacecraft.

    Lyons said the suit techs have designed the suits from start to finish and worked closely with the astronauts to get the exact fit.

    NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Dough Hurley put their space suits on with the help of SpaceX teams on May 30, 2020.
    NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Dough Hurley put their space suits on with the help of SpaceX teams on May 30, 2020.

    11 a.m. Astronauts’ ride to launch pad is ready

    News 6 reporter James Sparvero is outside the KSC Operations and Checkout Building where astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will put on their spacesuits then walk outside to say goodbye to their families before heading to the launch pad.

    Here is what’s coming up for the astronauts in the next hour, you can see their full schedule leading up to and after launch here:

    11:07 a.m. The astronauts get a final weather update from launch officials.

    11:17 a.m. Astronauts handed off from NASA to SpaceX team

    11:21 a.m. Astronauts put on their space suits.

    12:07 Crew gets in Teslas and heads to the launch pad.

    10:50 a.m. A. Max Brewer Bridge at capacity

    Popular viewing spot, the A. Max Brewer Bridge, is at capacity, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

    The eastbound lane of the A Max Brewer Bridge is closed due to volume of launch viewers and motorists, according to Titusville police.

    All lanes of the bridge will be closed one hour after launch.

    9:35 p.m.

    If you are just now joining us, take a look at this story. It has everything you need to know about today’s Demo-2 launch, including why it’s so important.

    It’s hard to believe NASA astronauts haven’t launched from Florida since 2011 but hopefully that dry spell ends today.

    9:15 a.m. Spectators begin arriving

    News 6 reporter Mike DeForest is in Titusville near the A. Max Brewer Bridge where people hoping to see the historic liftoff are starting to claim their spots along the Indian River.

    With the weekend launch timing, more people are expected to come out today.

    9:10 a.m. Where was this weather Wednesday?

    The sky is clear over Brevard County this morning. Although News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges says we should be prepared for another scrub the weather is currently at 50% for the launch window, according to the 45th Weather Squadron.

    8:40 a.m. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex tickets sold out

    The KSC Visitor Complex opened for the first time this week since closing more than two months ago due to the coronavirus pandemic. The venue is only open to 50% capacity but Saturday will mark the first launch opportunity for the complex since it reopened.

    Driving by the Visitor Complex into NASA’s KSC property Saturday morning, signs along the NASA Causeway informed drivers the venue was already sold out for Saturday. Visitors must purchase tickets in advance due to the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    8:30 a.m. Here’s what astronauts do on launch day

    Before launch and the 19-hour journey to the International Space Station once in orbit, NASA Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have a long day of getting ready for their spaceflight.

    Here’s a timeline of what the astronauts will be doing.

    8 a.m. Moving forward with launch

    NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says, “We are moving forward with launch today.”

    He also tweeted that weather challenges remain, with a 50% chance of cancellation.

    7:50 a.m. All systems go

    All eyes are on the weather, but SpaceX says it’s all systems go for today’s planned crewed launch at 3:22 p.m.

    7:40 a.m. Proceeding with countdown

    SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted Saturday morning that his company is “proceeding with countdown today,” adding that the weather cancellation risk stands at 50%.

    7:30 a.m. Where to watch

    If you’re headed to the Space Coast for Saturday’s historic launch attempt, these are some of the best spots to watch a rocket launch.

    Word to the wise: expect large crowds.

    Titusville bridge open to SpaceX launch crowds despite virus concerns
    Titusville bridge open to SpaceX launch crowds despite virus concerns

    7:15 a.m. Be the director: Choose your view

    As SpaceX tries to make history with a crewed launch, ClickOrlando.com will offer up to 20 livestreams so you can catch it all -- the way you want to see it.

    Check out our Watch Party page and be sure to join News 6 anchor Ginger Gadsden and meteorologist Jonathan Kegges as they host a virtual watch party about an hour before the planned 3:22 p.m. launch.

    7:10 a.m. Rocket ready; Mother Nature may not be

    News 6 reporter James Sparvero will cover the SpaceX launch from Kennedy Space Center, weather permitting.

    Here’s video of the Falcon 9 rocket on Launch Pad 39A.

    7:05 a.m. Picture-perfect

    6:55 a.m. Countdown to history

    SpaceX is taking a second shot at launching astronauts, but rain and storm clouds are threatening more delays.

    Elon Musk’s company came within minutes Wednesday of launching NASA astronauts for the first time in nearly a decade from the U.S., before lightning interfered.

    Managers considered bumping the next launch attempt from Saturday to Sunday to take advantage of a slightly better forecast at Kennedy Space Center, but NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted that no decision was made Friday.

    Bridenstine says the safety of astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken is the top priority -- no matter how many times it takes to launch them to the International Space Station.

    Checkout the countdown clock below.

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    6:40 a.m. Another scrub due to weather?

    News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges says computer models show storms over Kennedy Space Center at launch time.

    NASA will make a determination later in the morning whether to proceed with a second launch attempt.

    6:20 a.m. Massive crowds expected

    News 6 reporter Mark Lehman says crowds on Saturday are expected to be larger than they were for Wednesday’s launch attempt.

    Titusville police says the A. Max Brewer Bridge will be open to pedestrians during liftoff, despite social distancing concerns.

    The photo below shows how crowded the bridge was on Wednesday.

    6 a.m. Launch day: Take 2?

    SpaceX and NASA are determining to try again Saturday to launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley after the first attempt was scrubbed Wednesday, however, once again the weather could prove problematic.

    NASA Administrator said the decision to proceed with the countdown would be made Saturday morning after another review of the weather conditions. It’s unclear what time that would happen. The 45th Weather Squadron releases weather balloons hourly on the day of a launch to forecast conditions. It’s an interesting and complicated process.

    Once that decision happens, we’ll let you know.

    There are two other opportunities in the coming days to launch, again on Sunday at 3 p.m. and on Tuesday.

    Want to know what the astronauts have been up to since their launch was delayed? Their fellow astronauts filled us in Friday.

    Subscribe to a weekly newsletter to receive the latest in space news directly to your inbox here.


  • 05/30/2020 07:02 PM

    Florida Department of Health reports over 900 new cases of COVID-19

    The Florida Department of Health announced new positive coronavirus cases across the state, as Central Florida theme parks and attractions begin to welcome guests back.
  • 05/30/2020 06:58 PM

    Protests heat up across US, governors call in National Guard

    Georgia’s governor declared a state of emergency early Saturday to activate the state National Guard as violence flared in Atlanta and in dozens of cities nationwide.
  • 05/30/2020 06:09 PM

    Launch gives spectators pride, reprieve from troubled times

    Many spectators came back to watch a second attempt to launch two NASA astronauts.
  • 05/30/2020 05:54 PM

    Historic launch provides President Trump moment to relish during difficult week

    President Donald Trump is celebrating the first launch of American astronauts from U.S. soil in nearly a decade.
  • 05/30/2020 05:22 PM

    The Latest: Greece not limiting tourists, will do testing

    India has registered another record single day jump of 7,964 coronavirus cases and 265 deaths, a day before the two-month-old lockdown across the country of 1.3 billion people is set to end.

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There have been recent reports of crimes in our community. Homeowners should watch out for suspicious or unusual behavior and be vigilant in reporting any unusual activity to the police.

Recently a car was stolen from the driveway of a homeowner during the night. Always make sure your car doors are locked when your car is parked and that you have removed valuables. You should use a car alarm. You may also consider having an ignition kill switch installed that only you will know where it is located. This will hopefully cause enough of a burden to the thief to stop your car from being stolen.

A homeowners has reported that in the early morning hours someone was knocking on a door yelling “I'm hurt let me in”. When the homeowner stated that they were calling the police, the person ran off. This was an attempt to gain entry to the home and the owner would have been in grave danger if they had opened the door. You should never open your door to someone that you don't know and always keep all of your doors and windows locked and secured.

Home bulgaries have also been reported. You should consider installing motion activated lights on the exterior of your home. Lights are the best deterrent to crime.

More information and tips can be found at:

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