The SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply craft is released from the International Space Station to begin its journey back to Earth, where it will splash down in the Pacific Ocean.(grabbed from Reuters video)
The SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply craft is released from the International Space Station to start its journey again to Earth, the place it should splash down within the Pacific Ocean.(grabbed from Reuters video)

Reuters — The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft left the International Space Station on Sunday (March 19) to start its journey again to Earth

The resupply cargo craft was released from the ISS at 0411EDT (0911GMT) and was set to splash down within the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California after a five-hour journey, in accordance to NASA.

NASA says the cargo shift was carrying some 5,400 kilos (2,450 kilos) of drugs and scientific samples for evaluation by NASA.

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