PHOTOS: SpaceX & NASA Launch 25th Resupply Mission to the International Space Station

PHOTOS: SpaceX & NASA Launch 25th Resupply Mission to the International Space Station

Space X and NASA launched a Dragon cargo spacecraft Thursday evening to the International Space Station at 7:44pm CDT. Dragon is carrying more than 5,800 pounds of science experiments, crew supplies, and other cargo to the space station.

Launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, this is the 25th commercial resupply mission for NASA and SpaceX. Dragon is set to dock autonomously to the ISS Saturday, July 16 at 10:20am CDT and remain at the station for about a month.

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