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SpaceX ‘Dragon’ capsule returns from ISS trip, falls into Pacific

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(CNN) — SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule splashed into the Pacific Tuesday after reaching the International Space Station this month.

Recovery boats met the Dragon, loaded with more than 3,000 pounds of cargo and packaging from the ISS, according SpaceX’s Twitter feed.

The unmanned Dragon had delivered more than 1,200 pounds of supplies to the ISS crew.


The Dragons splashed down at 9:34 a.m. Pacific (12:34 p.m. ET).


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