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REPORT FROM ROB VAN MACKELENBERGH – Part III




Today our traveling reporter Rob van Mackelenbergh sent us the pictures of the launch and landing of the CRS-11 Falcon-9 / Dragon. This SpaceX vehicle was launched from the Kennedy Space Center on 3 June 2017 at 21:07 UTC. A special thanks to Rob van Mackelenbergh and the SpaceX and NASA for granting us access to report this event.

 

SpaceX CRS-11, also known as SpX-11, is a current cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, launched successfully on 3 June 2017. The mission was contracted by NASA and is being flown by SpaceX. The mission utilized a Falcon 9 launch rocket and reuses a Dragon v1 cargo vessel that was previously flown on the CRS-4 mission. CRS-11 is the penultimate of the first twelve missions awarded to SpaceX under the CRS contract to resupply the International Space Station.

 

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Source: Space-Site.com / Rob van Mackelenbergh Photography.

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