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At a press conference following the successful touchdown of a SpaceX's Dragon resupply mission to the International Space Station, CEO Elon Musk said that Dragon 2 will look like "a real alien spaceship" and be capable of propulsive touchdowns on land. Show More Summary
Houston, we have a landing. SpaceX's robotic Dragon capsule safely landed in the Pacific Ocean today, bringing 3,000 pounds of cargo back from its trip to the International Space Station. The unmanned capsule was loaded successfully onto a boat this afternoon, the company reported. Show More Summary
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft successfully returns from the International Space Station, delivering over a ton of cargo.
It wasn't without hiccups, but Dragon succeeds on trip two of 12.
On Tuesday, SpaceX’s Dragon capsule detached from the International Space Station at 3:56am PT and splashed down safely almost 6 hours later about 200 miles off the coast of southern [...]
The privately owned SpaceX Dragon fired its engines for the last time Tuesday at 11:42 a.m. EDT - sending it through the Earth’s atmosphere for a spectacular splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at 12:34 p.m. read more
A private SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule, commissioned by the US space agency NASA, splashed down Wednesday in the Pacific Ocean after spending three weeks docked to the International Space Station (ISS) where it dropped off and picked up supplies.
NASA/AP A NASA-TV image shows the SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft after it was detached from the international space station Tuesday. By MARCIA DUNN CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida -- The SpaceX Dragon capsule returned to Earth on Tuesday...Show More Summary
Less than 250 miles west of Baja California, SpaceX's Dragon capsule successfully splashed down Tuesday after spending more than three weeks in outer space on a NASA mission.
The second unmanned commercial space mission to the International Space Station returns with more than one ton of cargo.
A private SpaceX cargo capsule undocked from the International Space Station early Tuesday to begin the trip back to Earth after three weeks linked to the orbiting laboratory. The unmanned Dragon space capsule was released from the space station today (March 26) at 6:56 a.m. Show More Summary
The privately owned cargo ship brings back science experiments and equipment from the space station.
SpaceX said its robotic Dragon capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, carrying more than a ton of cargo from the International Space Station. "Welcome home!" the California-based company said in a Twitter update, heralding the Dragon's return to Earth at the end o …
SpaceX's robotic Dragon capsule was released from the International Space Station on Tuesday to begin a five-hour trip back down to Earth, carrying more than a ton of cargo. NASA astronaut Tom Marshburn and Canada's Chris Hadfield released the Dragon from the grip of the space st …
(CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.) — The Dragon cargo ship has left the International Space Station and is on its way back to Earth. Astronauts released the unmanned cargo ship from the end of the space station’s giant robot arm Tuesday morning....Show More Summary
The SpaceX Dragon encountered mechanical trouble that caused a one-day delay.
SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has nearly finished its current stay at the International Space Station, being scheduled to depart around 7:06am on Tuesday, March 26th. The spacecraft successfully completed its most recent space docking at the...Show More Summary
About three weeks after arriving at the International Space Station, the Dragon spacecraft built by the Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) will return to Earth on Tuesday.
After spending more than three weeks docked with the International Space Station, SpaceX’s Dragon space capsule is ready to retun to Earth and splash down Tuesday in the Pacific Ocean.