On March 14th, SpaceX successfully launched a Dragon cargo spacecraft from Florida’s Space Coast. CRS-27 carried both cargo and experiments to be delivered to the International Space Station.
The cargo ship was launched using a Falcon 9 rocket and marked the ninth resupply mission for SpaceX. The rocket was able to land at sea, a feat that SpaceX has accomplished numerous times in the past.
The successful launch was watched by many, including those at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The event was also live-streamed for viewers to watch from all over the world.
This launch comes just days after SpaceX’s previous cargo ship, the Dragon, returned from the International Space Station. The spacecraft brought back samples of scientific experiments conducted on the station.
SpaceX has become a leader in the field of space travel and is known for its reusable rockets and spacecraft. The company has several contracts with NASA, including one to deliver astronauts to the International Space Station.
The successful launch of CRS-27 proves that SpaceX continues to make impressive strides in the field of space travel and exploration. With each successful launch, the company inches closer to its goal of making space travel more accessible and sustainable for people all over the world.