Bravo. SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spaceship successfully launched over the weekend and, a half day later, docked with the International Space Station. This is the first commercial, passenger-ready spaceship to ever do so. Crew Dragon did have a crew, of sorts, but this being a test-flight, it was just a single dummy named Ripley. Ripley was there as a human proxy, gathering data that SpaceX and NASA will use to determine if the flight is safe for live astronauts when a fully crewed Crew Dragon takes off in July.