Dragon Returning ISS Science Research To Earth

Dragon backs away after undocking from the ISS on Aug. 19.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 25th NASA-contracted Dragon resupply capsule (CRS-25) departed the International Space Station (ISS) on Aug. 19 and was headed for a parachute-assisted splashdown in the ocean waters off the Florida coast. The Dragon space freighter is carrying more than 4,000 lb. of cargo that...

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