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SpaceX Dragon 24 departing the International Space Station on Sunday 23 January 2022.

A Dragon In The Sun

Thomas Pesquet: After being with us for just over a month, and another day's delay due to bad weather at the splashdown site, today we said farewell to our Cargo Dragon-22.

Thomas Pesquet: Dragons come in two versions, crew and cargo! We were re-supplied yesterday by the cargo version, now docked to our zenith port (the highest point on the International Space Station).

The sun's glint beams off a cloudy Atlantic Ocean 264 miles below as the SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour approached the International Space Station.

The SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour is pictured from a window on the SpaceX Crew Dragon Resilience during its approach to the International Space Station less than one day after launching from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

A Dragon Flies Over The Nile

The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship is pictured attached to the International Space Station's Harmony module as the orbital complex flew 260 miles above the Nile River Delta in Egypt.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft on its 17th contracted mission to resupply mission to the International Space Station is pictured moments before being released from the Canadarm2 robotic arm.

A Dragon Arrives In Space

SpaceX Dragon CRS-14 cargo spacecraft was captured with the International Space Station's robotic Canadarm2 on 4 April 2018.

NASA astronaut Jack Fischer photographed the SpaceX Dragon capsule as it reentered Earth's atmosphere before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean west of Baja California at 8:12 a.m. EDT, July 3, 2017.

Getting Ready To Capture a Dragon In Space

The robotics workstation inside the station's Cupola module is seen prior to the robotic capture of SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was bolted into place on the Harmony module of the International Space Station at 10:03 a.m. EDT as the station flew about 252 statute miles over the California and Oregon border.

SpaceX successfully conducted a pad abort test of its Crew Dragon, a spacecraft under final development and certification through NASA's Commercial Crew Program this morning at 9 am EDT.

NASA ISS On-Orbit Status 17 April 2015

The Expedition 43 crew's delivery arrived Friday aboard the SpaceX Dragon space freighter. Dragon was captured at 6:55 a.m. EDT after a two-day trip and a slow methodical approach. Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti guided the Canadarm2 and grappled the Dragon as it floated just 10 meters away from the International Space Station.

On April 14, a SpaceX Dragon cargo craft launched on a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on the company's sixth NASA-contracted resupply mission to the International Space Station.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo vehicle arrived at the International Space Station after it was launched atop the company's Falcon 9 rocket from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

Getting Ready for Another Dragon

The International Space Stations robotic arm, Canadarm2, is poised and ready to capture SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft following a training session on Apr. 7, 2015.

Today, a Falcon 9 rocket will launch from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40), Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida on the 6th SpaceX cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

Expedition 42 Commander US Astronaut Barry Wilmore and European Space Agency Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti are in the International Space Station CUPOLA using the Canadarm2 robotic arm to grapple the SpaceX Dragon ship on Jan. 12 2015.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule was recently detached from the International Space Station for its return to Earth, just over a month after delivering about 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments to the ISS.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft leaves the International Space Station on the morning of Saturday, October 25.

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