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Cargo spacecraft Dragon, which was sent to the International Space Station (ISS) about a month ago, made a successful landing in the Pacific Ocean. About this informs N + 1.
Spacecraft was developed by SpaceX by order of NASA within the framework of the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program and is designed to deliver and return payloads, and, in prospect, people to the International Space Station.
On board the landed vehicle there is 1.7 tons of pay loads, including technological and biological experiments. Work with them will begin within the next 48 hours.
It is noted that the first flight of the manned spacecraft Crew Dragon to the ISS will soon take place. The first flight with astronauts on board is scheduled for April 2019.