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SpaceX’s new cargo spacecraft may make its debut on Saturday – Ars Technica

Also, NASA has agreed to fly on a Falcon 9 that has already been used three times.

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  • Close-up of the new Cargo Dragon and Trunk.
  • Flight proven and sooty Falcon 9 B1058 ready to launch the CRS-21 mission for NASA. The launch is targeted for 11:39am EST on December 5, 2020.
  • Cargo Dragon now utilizes the same access arm astronauts use to board Crew Dragon.
  • CRS-21 kicks off the second round of contracted commercial resupply flights to the Space Station for NASA. SpaceX will fly a minimum of 5 additional supply launches between now and 2022….

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