SpaceX Cargo Dragon Splashes Down Off Florida Coast

Dragon departs the ISS during a previous mission in September 2021.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 24th NASA-contracted cargo Dragon mission to the International Space Station (ISS) conducted a parachute-assisted descent into the Gulf of Mexico waters off Panama City, Florida, on Jan. 24. Dragon returned a more than 4,900-lb. payload of scientific and medical research, technology...

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