Live Coverage of SpaceX Cargo Craft Station Departure to be Provided by NASA

NASA has announced that it will be offering live coverage of the departure of SpaceX’s cargo craft from the International Space Station (ISS). The coverage will be available on NASA Television and the agency’s website on April 18, 2023, starting at 12:45 p.m. EDT.

The SpaceX cargo craft, known as Dragon, will have been docked at the ISS for several weeks before its departure. It will carry over 4,000 pounds of scientific experiments and other cargo back to Earth.

NASA’s live coverage of the event will include commentary from experts and officials, as well as views of the Dragon spacecraft as it separates from the ISS and begins its journey back to Earth. This coverage will provide a unique and exciting opportunity for the public to witness a critical moment in the ongoing collaboration between NASA and SpaceX.

Following its departure from the ISS, the Dragon spacecraft will re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere and splash down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. The cargo it carries will be returned to NASA for further analysis and distribution to the scientists and researchers who designed the experiments.

Overall, the live coverage of SpaceX’s cargo craft departure from the ISS represents a significant event in space exploration, and NASA’s coverage will allow audiences around the world to experience this moment in real-time.

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