Watch SpaceX launch thousands of pounds of cargo and experiments to the International Space Station

Just two days after launching from California, SpaceX will send another one of its Falcon 9 rockets into orbit from Florida this afternoon. The vehicle will carry supplies for the astronauts on board the International Space Station. It marks the 16th cargo resupply mission that SpaceX will launch for NASA since 2012. And, as usual, SpaceX will perform one of its signature rocket landings after takeoff, touching down on a concrete landing pad near the vehicle’s launch site.

On top of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will be one of the company’s Dragon cargo capsules, filled with 5,600 pounds of food, water, supplies, and experiments for the six-member crew of the ISS. For this mission, SpaceX is using a Dragon that’s flown once before during the…

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