Miami: SpaceX´s unmanned Dragon supply ship left the International Space Station on Thursday and began its journey back to Earth where it will splash down in the Pacific Ocean off California, NASA said.
"The release has been confirmed, right on time at 6:04 am Central Time (1104 GMT)," a NASA commentator said as the US space agency broadcast images of the white capsule floating away from the space station´s robotic arm.
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