Dragon boat left the International Space Station.

Dragon boat left the International Space Station.

Los Angeles : CA : USA | May 31, 2012 at 8:00 AM PDT
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SpaceX Dragon docks with the International Space Station (HD)

Dragon spacecraft on Monday (31.5) has left the International Space Station (ISS), starting the journey back to Earth to finish the mission is pioneering the first private vessel to do this, Reuters said.

Accordingly, the astronauts used the ISS robotic arm built by Canada for 17 meters to put the ship Dragon separated from the station at 15 hours 7 minutes this afternoon (31.5, now VN).

About 16 hours 49 minutes, the ship Dragon was far out to start the robot arm journey through space back to earth. As expected, the Dragon boat will arrive in the Pacific, off California (USA), Los Angeles City and about 900 km to the southwest.

Source: http://www.thanhnien.com.vn

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Ground personnel assist the International Space Station (ISS)crew member U.S. astronaut Daniel Burbank in Kazakhstan
Ground personnel assist the International Space Station (ISS)crew member U.S. astronaut Daniel Burbank in Kazakhstan
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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