Science Launching on the Next SpaceX Cargo Resupply Mission to the Space Station
The 25th SpaceX cargo resupply services mission (SpaceX CRS-25) carrying scientific research and technology demonstrations to the International Space Station is scheduled for launch July 14from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Experiments aboard the Dragon capsule include studies of the immune system, Earth’s oceans, soil communities, and cell-free biomarkers, along with mapping the composition of Earth’s dust and testing an alternative to concrete.
This video replaces a previous version that mentioned payloads that will now fly on a future cargo flight.
Watch NASA’s SpaceX CRS-25 Launch to the International Space Station
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