SpaceX has successfully landed in the Atlantic, the reusable spacecraft which left earth orbit on the 2nd of March. The spacecraft was boosted into the edge of the earth atmosphere with the Falcon 9 which landed safely on a drone craft.
Space X docked on the ISS and after offload of deliveries set on a journey back to earth. The craft disengaged from the ISS and began the process of deorbiting. It landed on schedule at about 8:45 in the morning Eastern time.
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon makes history as the first privately built spacecraft to complete a mission to the International Space Station https://t.co/fTzlHj5MM6— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) March 8, 2019
Space X is the first privately built crew-capable spacecraft ever to complete a mission to the International Space Station.
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