Those of you on here long enough may remember that I used to regularly post links to the various Space Shuttle launches, the last one of which was in 2011 (I can't believe it's almost 10 years ago...). Since 2011, US astronauts have had to ride piggy back in the Russian Soyuz capsule, costing a handsome sum into Mr Putin's back pocket. However, tomorrow (weather permitting), NASA are planning on launching two astronauts to the ISS in a Dragon capsule, on a Falcon 9 rocket from the famous 39A launch pad at the Kennedy Space Centre. This first ever commercial launch is using all SpaceX hardware. Lift-off is timed for 16:33 EDT (21:33 BST) tomorrow, below are some links if anyone is interested to watch this kind of historic event: https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html#public (NASA TV) https://www.youtube.com/user/spacexchannel (SpaceX) I reckon the BBC might run this live on their website too.