SpaceX launches Dragon resupply mission to the ISS after weather delay

CNET | 7/25/2019 | Amanda Kooser
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This Dragon has an Apollo 50th logo.

SpaceX has officially become an old pro at sending cargo to the International Space Station. It added to its resume of successful Dragon spacecraft journeys Thursday with CRS-18, its 18th commercial resupply mission. Dragon was scheduled to launch on Wednesday, but bad weather delayed the attempt until Thursday afternoon.

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NASA broadcast the Falcon 9 rocket launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, live on NASA TV and SpaceX also provided a webcast.

SpaceX will attempt to recover the Falcon 9 first stage by bringing it back for a ground landing at Cape Canaveral.

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The CRS-18 Dragon spacecraft looks a little different than previous ones. It launched sporting an Apollo 50th anniversary logo near the side hatch to commemorate the 1969 moon landing.

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