Dragon Capsule

SpaceX Dragon landed In the Pacific Ocean with 3,500 pounds of ISS cargo on May 18, 2014.  (Source: @SpaceX)

SpaceX Dragon Splashes Down In Pacific

A Dragon space capsule splashed down in the Pacific Sunday filled with two tons of experiments and old equipment for NASA from the International Space Station.


(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

SpaceX Rocket Ready For Launch

Packed with more than two tons of supplies for the International Space Station, an unmanned SpaceX rocket is on a launch pad at Cape Canaveral ready to go.


(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

NASA Greenlights Cargo Capsule Launch Monday

NASA has given the go ahead for a supply ship to blast off Monday for the International Space Station.


(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

SpaceX Working To Fix Dragon Capsule’s Thrusters

Repairs are underway and flight controllers are making good progress fixing a problem with the orbiting Dragon capsule.


SpaceX Falcon rocket launches from Cape Canaveral.  (Source: CBS)

Spacex Dragon Capsule Launched To Space Station

SpaceX’s Falcon rocket roared into space Sunday evening from Cape Canaveral carrying a Dragon capsule packed with supplies for the International Space Station.


SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket lifts off on December 8, 2010 from launch pad 40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida.  (Photo credit: BRUCE WEAVER/AFP/Getty Images)

1st Private Cargo Run To Space Station Now May 19

The International Space Station may soon have some new cargo now that a private U.S. company has set a new date for launching a cargo ship to the orbiting outpost.


In this handout image provided by NASA, the International Space Station photographed by a crew member on board the space shuttle Atlantis as the two spacecraft performed rendezvous and docking operations on the STS-135 mission's third day in Earth orbit July 10, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)

Space Milestone: Date Set For First Private Flight To ISS

Cape Canaveral will be the site of the launch of the first commercially built space capsule to the International Space Station.



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