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SpaceX Falcon 9 booster on the road to hangar after space station cargo mission



A Falcon 9 booster that lofted a Cargo Dragon to the International Space Station was returned to SpaceX’s Hangar X at the Kennedy Space Center on July 21, 2022. The first-stage, tail number B1067, lifted off on its fifth flight on July 14, 2022 and landed about eight minutes later on the drone ship “A Shortfall of Gravitas” east of Jacksonville, Florida.

Read more about the launch: https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/15/spacex-launches-25th-dragon-resupply-mission-to-space-station/

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11 Comments

  1. Was just in Florida two months ago and saw one upright at Port Canaveral. Hadn't yet been returned to hangar. This is a great video, thanks for sharing!

  2. So glad SpaceX has something it can cling to in spite of all of its recent failure. Keep trying!

  3. SpaceX should put the driving software in that transporter so that it can drive itself to the port and back to the refurb. facility.

  4. No global warming emmissions here then? No because global warming is a scam for battery companies proffit.