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SpaceX Dragon returns to Earth, ends historic trip
Nine-day trip » At the end of a virtually flawless mission, the capsule parachuted into the ocean 500 miles off Mexico’s Baja California.

First Published May 31 2012 09:43 am • Last Updated May 31 2012 12:41 pm

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