HOUSTON -- SpaceX's 10th NASA-contracted International Space Station Dragon resupply capsule re-entered the Earth's atmosphere on March 19, descending by parachute to a Pacific Ocean splashdown and recovery of a 5,400-lb. return cargo by company-operated vessels off the coast of Baja, California. Dragon was unberthed from the space station's U.S. segment Harmony module, then released by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet and NASA's Shane Kimbrough, using ...

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