SpaceX delivers supplies to International Space Station
Dec 6, 2018
SpaceX launched its first resupply mission for the International Space Station; the Dragon spacecraft will deliver around 6,000 pounds of supplies for science research to the orbiting laboratory. The plan for the Dragon spacecraft is to keep it docked to the ISS for about five weeks before bringing it back to earth, and when it does, the capsule will crash in the Pacific Ocean, near the coast of California. However, there were some delays due to food contaminated by rodents involved in an aging experiment that will be performed at the ISS.