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Space X CRS-12 Dragon completes her ISS mission with splashdown return.

SpaceX’s CRS-12 Dragon returned from its ISS (International Space Station) re-supply mission on Sunday, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean intact. The Dragon came back with 3,800 pounds of cargo, according to NASAspaceflight.com

Splashdown into the Pacific occurred at 10:14 AM Eastern Time.

CRS-12 launched smoothly in August.

Here is the Un-Berthing (departure) of CRS-12, to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere:

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