Dragon CRS-9 departure from ISS

SpaceX Dragon CRS-9 departed the Space Sation early morning on Friday Aug 26, 2016 after completing a successful mission, bringing a new component, the IDA-2.
The Dragon was released from the station’s robotic arm at 6:11 am EDT just above north to Australia.

imageDragon grasped by Canadarm2

imageDragon unberthed from Harmony module

imageDragon leaving ISS

imageISS post Dragon CRS-9 departure

The Dragon capsule returned to Earth for a parachute assisted splashdown in the Pacific Ocean on Friday. It concluded a 37 day mission at the outpost.

Source: Spaceflightnow.com

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