The SpaceX Dragon capsule returns from the ISS | Inverell times

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An unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule has crashed off the coast of Florida after completing a resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The Dragon, laden with scientific equipment and blood samples provided by the ISS crew, undocked from the orbiting outpost on Sunday morning. The crew, made up of American astronauts Kayla Barron and Thomas Marshburn and German astronaut Matthias Maurer, sent the blood samples to be used in medical examinations on the effects of long-term space travel on eyesight. people. The Dragon capsule was originally scheduled to leave for Earth on Friday, but NASA postponed the maneuver to Monday due to bad weather in Florida. The Falcon 9 rocket brought hardware, research equipment and crew supplies to the ISS. Australian Associated Press

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