The Dragon capsule returned safely from the International Space Station

The capsule developed by the SpaceX company disconnected from the Harmony module of the ISS at 4:40 p.m. HB on Sunday, two days later than expected due to weather conditions in the landing zone off the coast of Florida. . She finally dived into those waters on Monday at 10:05 p.m. HB.

This marked the completion of the 24th International Space Station resupply mission by SpaceX on behalf of Nasa.

The cargo ship carried more than 2.2 tons of cargo on its return flight, including materials from scientific experiments and a spacesuit that needs to be repaired.

Dragon had been launched into space on December 21 (local time) from Cape Canaveral, Florida by SpaceX’s Falcon-9 launch vehicle. The docking took place a day later.

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