Although it took a few delays before the SpaceX rocket got off the ground and into orbit, now that the commercial craft is in space we've seen nothing but success. That track record has a chance to continue today as the Dragon capsule is scheduled to begin its docking maneuvers with the International Space Station at 2AM ET / 7AM BST. They'll be taking it slow, with a full berthing not expected until around 11AM ET.
More big tests tonight for SpaceX #Dragon, to quote the Beastie Boys - "NO - SLEEP - TILL STATION!"— SpaceX (@SpaceX) May 25, 2012
Assuming all goes well, SpaceX will then have the green light to begin ferrying supplies up to the ISS. The Dragon has already received the official go-ahead to approach the station, and will be the first privately-funded vehicle to do so. You can watch it all on NASA's livestream.