The privately funded Dragon spacecraft left the International Space Station on Sunday morning, and will return to Earth later in the afternoon
Dragon was released from the ISS’ robotic arm at 9:26 a.m. ET, and is scheduled to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at 3:02 p.m. ET, 300 miles off the west coast of Baja California, according to NASA.
Dragon developer SpaceX tweeted photos of the spacecraft leaving the ISS. Dragon was sent to resupply the space station, and bring other supplies home
Dragon is released from the ISS! Departure burns 1&2 completepic.twitter.com/04vGDbQU02