Delayed SpaceX Resupply Mission Reaches Space Station

CRS-25 liftoff


Credit: SpaceX
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 25th NASA-contracted Dragon resupply mission capsule (SpaceX CRS-25) autonomously docked to the seven-person International Space Station’s (ISS) U.S. segment Harmony module on July 16, delivering more than 5,800 lbs. of crew supplies, science investigations, technology development...

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