SpaceX Cargo Mission Departs ISS For Earth

HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 17th NASA-contracted cargo mission to the International Space Station departed the six-person orbiting science laboratory at midday June 3, headed back to Earth with a 4,200-lb. cargo for a Pacific Ocean splashdown and recovery off the coast of Baja, California. The parachute...

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