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Falcon 9 CRS-21

SpaceX’s 21st ISS resupply mission on behalf of NASA and the first under the CRS-2 contract, this mission brings essential supplies to the International Space Station using the cargo variant of SpaceX’s Dragon 2 spacecraft. The external payload for this mission is the Nanoracks Bishop Airlock. Falcon 9 and Dragon launch from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center and the booster is expected to land on an ASDS. The mission will be complete with return and recovery of the Dragon capsule and down cargo.

Launch Information

Launch Date

Sunday 6th December 2020 at 16:17 UTC

Launch Pad

KSC LC 39A

Rocket

Falcon 9

Booster

B1058.4

Launch Success

Yes

Landing Attempt

Yes

Landing Success

Yes

Landing Site

Of Course I Still Love You

Payloads

Payload
Customer
Manufacturer
Mass (kg)
Mass (lbs)
Orbit
CRS-21

NASA (CRS)

SpaceX

2972
6552.138
ISS

Launch Photos

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

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Launch Livestream