The SpaceX-25 Dragon cargo ship returned 4,000 pounds of science tests and more to Earth.
SpaceX Dragon cargo ship returns to Earth from space station
A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship got back to Earth with a sea splashdown on Saturday (Aug. 20) conveying lots of science gear from the International Space Station.
The uncrewed Dragon space capsule sprinkled down off the shoreline of Florida on time at 2:53 p.m. EDT (1953 GMT) after a little more than a month at the space station.
SpaceX sent off the Dragon's SpaceX-25 mission from KSC on July 14, with the spacecraft showing up at the station two days after the fact.
It conveyed 5,800 pounds (2,630 kilograms) of science tests, group supplies and other basic cargo to the station.
On Friday, the Dragon spacecraft undocked from the space station, setting up its re-visitation of Earth on Saturday with around 4,000 pounds (1,815 kg) of science gear.
That cargo remembered the consequences of a heap of examinations for the station that will be conveyed to enthusiastic researchers.
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