SpaceX’s Dragon Endeavour splashes down back to Earth

NASA and SpaceX teams are awaiting the splashdown of the Dragon Endeavour spacecraft. 
  
Four astronauts are on board after leaving the International Space Station earlier today and are due to land off the Florida coast. 
  
The trip from the space station to Earth took approximately eight hours, with the first hour spent flying around the International Space Station.  
  
The four astronauts had been in on the station for the last six months.

NASA and SpaceX teams are awaiting the splashdown of the Dragon Endeavour spacecraft.

Four astronauts are on board after leaving the International Space Station earlier today and are due to land off the Florida coast.

The trip from the space station to Earth took approximately eight hours, with the first hour spent flying around the International Space Station.

The four astronauts had been in on the station for the last six months.
NASA and SpaceX teams are awaiting the splashdown of the Dragon Endeavour spacecraft.

Four astronauts are on board after leaving the International Space Station earlier today and are due to land off the Florida coast.

The trip from the space station to Earth took approximately eight hours, with the first hour spent flying around the International Space Station.

The four astronauts had been in on the station for the last six months.

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