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Update: Moving the Falcon at 9 p.m. 20:44 ET! Dragon and its cargo are now on their way to the International Space Station and should arrive for docking Saturday morning. Read our full story after the launch here.
Follow live above and real-time updates below as SpaceX aims for 20:44 ET on Thursday, July 14 for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
After takeoff from pad 39A and a flight to the northeast, the Falcon 9 will aim for a shortfall of Gravitas drone ships landing in the Atlantic Ocean. The dragon capsule, packed with 5,800 pounds of cargo and scientific experiments, was to dock at the ISS at 6 p.m. 11:20 Saturday, July 16th.
This will mark the 25th refueling flight under contract from NASA, also known as the CRS-25.
Follow the real-time updates below (give the module a few seconds to load; if there are any issues, try this link):