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NASA launches 23rd cargo supply

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NASA has launched spacex 23rd commercial resupply service mission to its international space station.

The two-stage falcon 9 rocket blasted off from the agency’s Kennedy space center in the U.S state of Florida. The dragon cargo capsule is packed with over 2,200 kilograms of supplies scientific experiments and hardware. This also includes a new robotic arm that will be tested inside the space station’s bishop airlock.

The rockets resu reusable first stage returned to earth. A little less than eight minutes after the lift off in a smooth touchdown. It landed on one of spacex drone ships in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch was postponed from its original lift off time a day before because of that widow.

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