Commercial Airlock Heads To ISS

 SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifting off fromm Cape Canaveral Dec. 6.
Credit: Carleton Bailie
CAPE CANAVERAL—An upgraded SpaceX cargo Dragon 2 capsule reached orbit on Dec. 6 with 3.2 tons of equipment and supplies for the International Space Station (ISS), including a new commercially owned and operated airlock module. The Dragon 2 capsule—an uncrewed version of the Crew Dragon spacecraft...

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