Space X Dragon Splashes Down In Pacific Ocean

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(CNN) - The first private vehicle to dock with the international space station is coming back to earth Thursday morning.  The "Space-X Dragon" capsule left the ISS a couple hours ago.  It's scheduled for splashdown in the Pacific Ocean around 10:45.  The dragon spacecraft docked with the ISS last week, on a test flight for NASA.

It will be used for cargo deliveries to space.

It's coming home with 1,400 hundred pounds of experiments and old NASA equipment.

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