first_imgThe resupply mission will blast off July 24. SpaceX SpaceX’s Falcon 9 static fire test has been completed, with the spacecraft eyeing a July 24 launch for a resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The Dragon had previously visited the ISS in April 2015 and December 2017 for resupply missions.”Space Dragon flies thrice,” Elon Musk tweeted Friday afternoon, adding in response to another tweet that the Texas and Florida Starship prototypes will fly in two to three months.NASA also tweeted the news, saying the Dragon spacecraft will deliver supplies and cargo to the ISS. .@SpaceX is now targeting July 24 for the launch of the #Dragon spacecraft that will deliver supplies and cargo that will support dozens of the more than 250 science and research investigations happening aboard the @Space_Station https://t.co/BIPB5wAVGl— NASA (@NASA) July 19, 2019 SpaceX SpaceX pulls off dazzling Falcon 9 launch and landing in thick fog Elon Musk says his SpaceX Starship could go to the moon by 2021 SpaceX finds surprising cause behind Crew Dragon explosion SpaceX video highlights Crew Dragon parachute tests Meet the SpaceX Falcon Heavy, the world’s most powerful rocket 13 Photos Tagscenter_img Share your voice Sci-Tech Culture Post a comment Elon Musk’s SpaceX 0last_img

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