Watch live: SpaceX mission to resupply space station

SpaceX is set to embark on its 12th mission to resupply the International Space Station on Monday from Kennedy Space Center.

The launch is scheduled for 12:31 p.m. from the center’s historic pad 39A, which was the site of the Apollo 11 Saturn V rocket launch that took humans to the moon in 1969. It also saw the first and last space shuttle missions during the 30-year shuttle program.

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Monday’s mission will use a Falcon 9 rocket to launch the Dragon vehicle to the space station loaded with more than 6,000-pounds of supplies and experiments.

The Falcon 9’s reusable first stage will attempt a controlled landing at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

The missions are broadcast live on SpaceX’s website, and usually also available on NASA TV. 

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Dragon lift off from Launch Pad 39A on Feb. 19, 2017

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