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Gallery: Final Block 4 Falcon 9 launches CRS-15



  The last SpaceX Block 4 Falcon 9 leaves the launch pad in Canaveral's SLC-40 on June 29, 2018 at 5:42 pm EDT. Picture credits: Vikash Mahadeo / SpaceFlight Insider

The last SpaceX Block 4 Falcon 9 leaves the launch pad in Canaveral's SLC-40 at 5:42 am EDT on June 29, 2018. Photo credits: Vikash Mahadeo / SpaceFlight Insider

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the last Block 4 version of The Launcher will be lifted on Friday, June 29, 2018 from the Cape's Space Launch Complex 40 on a mission to supply the International Space Station (ISS) ,

The flight began at 5:42 am EDT (09:42 GMT) with the Dragon spaceship CRS-15 on the approximately 70 meter high F9. The "flight-tested" Dragon spacecraft has been tasked with the delivery of an estimated 5,696 kilograms (2,676 kilograms) of equipment and material to near-Earth orbit (LEO). From there, there will be a meeting with the ISS on July 2nd.

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Photos courtesy of Mike Deep, Michael Howard, Vikash Mahadeo, Scott Schilke and Michael McCabe

  CRS-15 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The final block 4 variant of the Falcon 9 rocket was launched Launched June 29, 2018 from Canaveral's Space Launch Complex 40 in Florida. The mission is a cargo journey to the International Space Station under the NASA Commercial Resupply Services Agreement. The Cargo Dragon spacecraft CRS-15 began its flight at 17:42 EDT to the International Space Station. Photos courtesy of Scott Schilke, Mike Howard, Michael McCabe, Vikash Mahadeo and Andy Sokol with Turbofox Photography

Keywords: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station CRS-15 Dragon Falcon 9 NASA SpaceX International Space Station


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