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NASA has released footage of the unmanned rocket SpaceX Falcon 9 making a third successful return to earth in under two months.
The timelapse footage from the onboard camera shows the rocket journeying back to earth and landing on an autonomous drone ship at sea.
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The SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule has begun its return journey to Earth after being released from the International Space Station (ISS), NASA has confirmed.
The unmanned spacecraft went to the ISS to deliver the first official shipment under a $1.6 billion (£994 million) contract with NASA.
NASA have announced the SpaceX company's Dragon cargo capsule has successfully landed in the Pacific ocean.
The SpaceX capsule is the first privately owned vehicle to successfully complete a mission to the International Space Station.
The crew of the International Space Station has released the SpaceX Dragon capsule for its return to Earth. Watch its progress here.
The process of bringing the SpaceX Dragon capsule back down the Earth is underway. The craft is the first privately-owned vehicle to reach the International Space Station, costing £65 billion. NASA is monitoring the delicate operation.
The robotic arm is due to release the capsule in the next few minutes.
The first privately-owned vehicle to reach the International Space Station is due to start heading back to Earth this morning. The £65 billion pound SpaceX Dragon capsule will descend 250 miles and splash down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of southern California.
The capsule is due to begin its journey at 9:05 UK time.