Tropical Storm Elsa delays SpaceX Dragon cargo ship’s return to Earth

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Update for July7: Tropical Storm Elsa continues to delay SpaceX’s plan to undock a Dragon cargo ship from the International Space Station and return it to Earth this week. NASA now says the capsule, originally targeted for a July 6 splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean off Florida’s coast, will now depart the station no earlier than July 8 at 10:35 a.m. EDT (1435 GMT), weather permitting.


NASA and SpaceX have delayed the departure of the SpaceX CRS-22 Dragon cargo ship from the International Space Station (ISS) as Tropical Storm Elsa approaches Florida. 





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