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Dragon to Make Resupply Run to International Space Station

22 Nov 2017, 13:48 UTC
Dragon to Make Resupply Run to International Space Station

The Canadarm 2 reaches out to grapple a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft and prepare it to be pulled into its port on the International Space Station. Dragon was installed on the Harmony module where remained for the next five weeks.Photo credit: NASA
Next Commercial Resupply Services Mission: SpaceX CRS-13
Launch Time and Date: 2:53 p.m. EST, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017
Space Lift Off: Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida
Launch Vehicle: SpaceX Falcon 9, 230 feet-tall
Spacecraft: Dragon, 20 feet high, 12 feet-in diameter
Payload: Dragon will deliver cargo and material to support science investigations aboard the space station.
Return to Earth: After about one month attached to the space station, Dragon will return with results of earlier experiments, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California.
Payloads on Board: https://go.nasa.gov/2mMUdSY
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