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International Space Station Imagery
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft is seen just prior to splashdown
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JSC2012-E-229707 (28 Oct. 2012) --- SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft is seen just prior to splashdown Oct. 28, 2012. Dragon landed in the Pacific Ocean, about 250 miles off the coast of Baja, Calif. after the conclusion of the first commercial cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. Dragon delivered more than 800 pounds of supplies to the Expedition 33 crew and returned more than 1,600 pounds of cargo and research to Earth. Photo Credit: SpaceX

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