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WATCH: Third SpaceX Launch From April 18, 2014

SpaceX has launched their third flight to the International Space Station. You can watch the SpaceX Falcon rocket from April 18, 2014 in the video above. The Falcon rocket will push the Dragon capsule into orbit.

This mission left Cape Canaveral 3:25 p.m. EDT, will re-supply the ISS and its crew. During the livestream, SpaceX indicated that Dragon would arrive at the ISS in just “a few days.” New Scientist notes that it generally takes about two days for a craft from Earth to reach the ISS, though it has been done as quickly as six hours in the past.


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