SpaceX Cargo Dragon Makes Weather-Delayed ISS Departure

Spaceships docked at the ISS
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 22nd Dragon resupply mission spacecraft is headed for a late July 9 splashdown and recovery off Florida’s Gulf Coast, following a weather-delayed departure from the International Space Station’s (ISS) U.S. segment with a 5,300-lb. return payload of science experiments, technology...

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