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SpaceX launches new solar array to space station, rocket landing in sea

Cape Canaveral, Florida — SpaceX Launched its 17th rocket this year today (June 3rd), sending a robot dragon cargo capsule to the International Space Station and landing in the ocean.

Two-stage Falcon 9 rocket At 1:29 pm EST (Greenwich Mean Time 1729), he jumped out of Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and began his 22nd supply mission to NASA’s in-orbit laboratory. The Dragon is packed with over £ 7,300. Hardware including (3,311 kilograms) of supplies, scientific experiments, and two new solar arrays for the space station power grid.

SpaceX launches new solar array to space station, rocket landing in sea

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