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.
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.
NASA has given the go ahead for a supply ship to blast off Monday for the International Space Station.
Repairs are underway and flight controllers are making good progress fixing a problem with the orbiting Dragon capsule.
SpaceX’s Falcon rocket roared into space Sunday evening from Cape Canaveral carrying a Dragon capsule packed with supplies for the International Space Station.
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.
Cape Canaveral will be the site of the launch of the first commercially built space capsule to the International Space Station.