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The SpaceX Dragon returns to her lair on Earth
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The SpaceX Dragon returns to her lair on Earth

by Chris TrudgenMarch 27, 2013

The SpaceX Dragon has safely returned to Earth after a 25 day mission to the ISS returning scientific samples to Earth for analysis and ISS hardware for repair and refurbishment.  (more…)

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Space X’s first Dragon resupply mission a complete success
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Space X’s first Dragon resupply mission a complete success

by AstroAggregatorNovember 3, 2012

Dragon resupply module splashes down in the Pacific Ocean, completing Space X’s first commercial mission as a supply contractor for NASA, ushering in a new era of spaceflight.

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Space X begins CRS contract with first successful commercial Dragon launch
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Space X begins CRS contract with first successful commercial Dragon launch

by AstroAggregatorOctober 12, 2012

In the last couple of days something of a watershed moment in spaceflight has occurred – the first successful resupply of the ISS by a commercial space vehicle instead of one launched by a government agency. Space X are truly breaking new ground.

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