Dragon SpX-10 to Return to Earth

SpaceX's Dragon SpX-10 spacecraft is set to return to Earth on Sunday after a month-long stay at the International Space Station, facilitating the delivery of two and half metric tons of science equipment, systems hardware, crew supplies and external payload packages. Dragon's stay was particularly busy for the Space Station's robots, installing the SAGE-III atmospheric sensing payload and STP-H5 pallet hosting 13 experiments followed by moving three payloads into Dragon's trunk for disposal via destructive re-entry on Sunday.

Launch: February 19, 2017Mission Updates
Launch Vehicle: Falcon 9 FTCargo Overview
Capture: February 23, 2017 - 11 UTCFalcon 9 Launch Vehicle
Cargo Upmass: 2,490kgCountdown Timeline
Return to Earth: March 18, 2017Launch Profile
Release: 9:11 UTCDragon Spacecraft
Deorbit Burn: 14:00 UTC 
Landing: 14:54 UTCISS Expedition 50
Location: 400km West of San Diego