Another SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will return to the International Space Station on Tuesday after touching down last week close to Tampa.
According to the SpaceX website, the corporation plans to launch Falcon 9 and Dragon on their 27th Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-27) mission from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center.
On Tuesday, the launch window starts at 8:30 p.m. The business will attempt to launch Falcon 9 once again if necessary on Wednesday at 8:08 p.m.
Following liftoff, Dragon will detach from Falcon 9 and travel to the International Space Station on its own. The rocket will touch down on the drone ship in A Shortfall of Gravitas upon its return to Earth.
Dragon will dock at the International Space Station on Thursday at around 8 a.m. if Tuesday’s launch goes as planned.