Fifth SpaceX Cargo Mission Departs Space Station For Earth

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s fifth Dragon re-supply mission departed the International Space Station with 3,700 lb. of research gear and other equipment on Feb. 10 en route to a Pacific Ocean splashdown and sunset recovery off the southern California coast. The return gear includes a pair of U.S. spacesuit fan...

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