SpaceX’s 23rd Dragon Cargo Mission Departs Space Station
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 23rd NASA-contracted Dragon resupply mission capsule departed the International Space Station (ISS) early Sept. 30 and headed for a late-night splashdown in the Atlantic or Gulf of Mexico waters off the Florida peninsula with a 4,200-lb. return cargo, including time-sensitive...
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