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Home A SpaceX cargo Dragon capsule sits atop a boat after successfully splashing down in the Pacific Ocean in 2012, ending the first contracted cargo delivery flight contracted by NASA to resupply the International Space Station. (NASA) A SpaceX cargo Dragon capsule sits atop a boat after successfully splashing down in the Pacific Ocean in 2012, ending the first contracted cargo delivery flight contracted by NASA to resupply the International Space Station. (NASA)

A SpaceX cargo Dragon capsule sits atop a boat after successfully splashing down in the Pacific Ocean in 2012, ending the first contracted cargo delivery flight contracted by NASA to resupply the International Space Station. (NASA)

A SpaceX cargo Dragon capsule sits atop a boat after successfully splashing down in the Pacific Ocean in 2012, ending the first contracted cargo delivery flight contracted by NASA to resupply the International Space Station. (NASA)

A SpaceX cargo Dragon capsule sits atop a boat after successfully splashing down in the Pacific Ocean in 2012, ending the first contracted cargo delivery flight contracted by NASA to resupply the International Space Station. (NASA)

The upgraded version of SpaceX’s Cargo Dragon spacecraft, Dragon 2, is seen atop a Falcon 9 rocket on Dec. 2, 2020, as they prepare to be rolled out to Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the company’s 21st Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-21) launch. (NASA)