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Friday, October 21, 2016

Dragon spacecraft will bring to Earth samples of the experiments with the ISS

The only spacecraft that can return cargo to the scientists from the ISS, will bring 1.5 tons of waste materials and results of scientific experiments. According to NASA, Dragon will leave the International space station on Wednesday, may 11.

Dragon will get the command to undock from the station at 17:18 GMT. As noted by experts, roughly after 5.5 hours the ship will fall in the Pacific ocean.

Among other things, the truck will deliver to researchers a data block according to the experiment according to the annual stay on the ISS Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko and American colleagues Scott Kelly.

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