Moon bricks, space sutures and more: Meet the science SpaceX is flying to the space station this week

A lot of science gear will go up to the International Space Station this week on SpaceX’s 25th cargo resupply service mission to the orbital lab.

The uncrewed flight, known as CRS-25, will kick off on Friday (June 10), when a Falcon 9 rocket launches a dragon capsule from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The Dragon is packed with a variety of cargo and supplies, including a trove of science experiments.

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