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Falcon 9 CRS-15

Payload included MISSE-FF 2, ECOSTRESS, and a Latching End Effector. The refurbished booster featured a record 2.5 months period turnaround from its original launch of the TESS satellite — the fastest previous was 4.5 months. This was the last commercial flight of a Block 4 booster, which was expended into the Atlantic without landing legs and grid fins.

Launch Information

Launch Date

Friday 29th June 2018 at 09:42 UTC

Launch Pad

CCSFS SLC 40

Rocket

Falcon 9

Booster

B1045.2

Launch Success

Yes

Landing Attempt

No

Payloads

Payload
Customer
Manufacturer
Mass (kg)
Mass (lbs)
Orbit
CRS-15

NASA (CRS)

SpaceX

2410
5313
ISS

Launch Photos

All of these images are from the SpaceX Flickr page and all of them belong to SpaceX

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