Science & Technology

    • This image from NASA-TV shows the capture of the Dragon capsule by a robot arm on the International Space Station as they passed over the South Atlantic Ocean early October 10, 2012.
    • A Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Complex 40, carrying a Dragon capsule to orbit, Cape Canaveral, Florida, October 7, 2012. (NASA/Gianni Woods)
    • A Falcon 9 rocket with a Dragon capsule secured atop stands upright between the lightning masts on the pad at Space Launch Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, October 7, 2012. (NASA/Jim Grossmann)
    • A Falcon 9 rocket with a Dragon capsule secured atop rises into a vertical position between the lightning masts on the pad at Space Launch Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, October 7, 2012. (NASA/Jim Grossmann)
    • A view from the ground looking up shows the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with Dragon capsule attached after it was lifted into the vertical position during a rollout demonstration test, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida October 2, 2012. (NASA/Jim Grossm
    • SpaceX technicians inspect a Dragon spacecraft as it is being attached to its Falcon 9 launch vehicle, September 30, 2012. (NASA/Ben Smegelsky)
    • A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket being prepared for the company's first Commercial Resupply Services mission to send a Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station, September 30, 2012. (NASA/Ben Smegelsky)

    SpaceX On Its 1st Cargo Delivery Mission

    Published October 08, 2012


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