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SpaceX launched first recycled supply ship
15:58, 4 June 2017
SpaceX launched first recycled supply ship

Dragon should deliver 2.7 tons of shipment to the International Space Station

15:58, 4 June 2017

SpaceX

SpaceX company has launched its first recycled cargo ship "Dragon" to the International Space Station, becoming another milestone in its bid to drive down flight costs. This was reported by ABC.

"After a two-day delay caused by thunderstorms, the unmanned Falcon rocket blasted off carrying a Dragon capsule that made a station delivery nearly three years ago. When this refurbished Dragon reaches the orbiting lab on Monday, it will be the first returning craft since NASA's now-retired shuttles," the message reads.

The first-stage booster landed successfully. Dragon should deliver 2.7 tons of shipment to the International Space Station.

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