Dragon CRS-10 cargo craft is unhooked from ISS to re-enter and splash down in the Pacific

by | Mar 21, 2017 | Add category, International Space Station, NASA, SpaceX | 0 comments

Having been unloaded in late February, the SpaceX Dragon CRS-10 (CRS1-10) spacecraft was unberthed from the International Space Station’s Harmony module at 2145 GMT on 18 March after its NASA delivery mission. At 0911 GMT on 19 March DRAGON CRS-10 was released by the Canadarm-2 to start the re-entry to Earth.

The DRAGON CRS1-10 conducted its de-orbit burn at around 1400 GMT before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California at around 1446 GMT.

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