Just a few moments ago SpaceX made history once again, launching a Falcon 9 that was carrying a previously used Dragon cargo capsule on its way to ISS for the first time in the history of space exploration.

This happened earlier today when SpaceX launched their CRS-11 mission from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Of course, the capsule hasn’t reached the International Space Station just yet (it is expected to do that on Saturday, June 3rd at 5:07 PM EDT or 21:07 UTC), however, it’s still an impressive feat from a company who have already had so many feats.

And to top it off, they even landed the first stage after separation.

Here are a series of tweets from SpaceX with images of the launch:

Update June 5th: ISS Capture has now been confirmed:

We will update you as we hear more about the CRS-11 mission and the progress.

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