The four astronauts of SpaceX's first long-duration crewed flight splashed down early Sunday morning off the coast of Panama City, Florida. It was the first time astronauts attempted a nighttime splashdown since 1968, when the crew of Apollo 8 landed in the dark waters of the Pacific Ocean. The SpaceX crew departed the International Space Station at 8:35 PM EDT on Saturday, May 1 aboard the Dragon capsule called Resilience. The recovery crews have already recovered a Cargo vehicle at night. According to NASA's commercial crew program manager Steve Stitch, the Cargo and Crew Dragon capsules are virtually identical. More details here.
Citizen journalist Danny Silva, UFO researcher Joe Murgia, and Ryan Robbins of Post Disclosure World joined George Knapp for a UFO roundtable. Followed by Ryan Musgrave-Evans on his 'cryptoterrestrial' contacts.