SpaceX Dragon Departs Space Station For Gulf Splashdown

The SpaceX Cargo Dragon vehicle separates from the International Space Station.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—After a one-day weather delay, SpaceX’s upgraded Dragon resupply capsule departed the International Space Station (ISS) early Jan. 12 for a first-ever commercial atmospheric re-entry and parachute descent off the Florida coast with a 4,400-lb. scientific and equipment return payload. The...

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