Dragon splashdown brings cargo mission to close

03/27/2013 | Spaceflight Now

SpaceX's Dragon capsule had a successful return to Earth this week, carrying almost 2,668 pounds of experiment samples and other cargo home to waiting scientists. The capsule, which splashed down in the Pacific, delivered its contents safely, SpaceX said. This summer, Orbital Sciences plans to launch its Cygnus spacecraft on its International Space Station mission.

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