SpaceX CRS-6 Resupply Mission Brings Translume Equipment to ISS


Following a weather scrub on Monday, April 13th, 2015, SpaceX successfully launched its seventh Dragon Resupply Mission with the cargo craft lifting off from Cape Canaveral’s SLC-40 atop a Falcon 9 rocket. Bound for a five-week visit to the ISS, the CRS-6 Dragon departed the Cape at 16:10 local time. This is the second SpaceX flight to bring Translume hardware to the International Space Station; the first batch of Translume hardware brought to the International Space Station was in of April 2014, with the SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon Resupply Mission.


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