Dragon landing

After a delay due to weather, it now looks like the Dragon spacecraft will be leaving the International Space Station and landing tomorrow.

You can watch the release on Space.com

Dragon is wrapping up its second contracted cargo run to the space station for NASA. The capsule launched on March 1 and arrived at the orbiting lab two days later after overcoming an unexpected thruster malfunction.

The Dragon capsule delivered about 1,200 pounds (1,210 kilograms) of supplies to the space station and will return about 2,670 pounds (1,210 kg) of equipment, hardware and scientific experiments when it returns Tuesday.

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