SpaceX have successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Dragon CRS-13 spacecraft into orbit with 2,205 kilograms of cargo for the International Space Station. Liftoff took place at 15:36 UTC, December 15th 2017. This is the first launch from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) since the Amos 6 accident last year. The first stage on this flight previously flew on CRS-11 before landing at Landing Zone 1 in June of this year. The Dragon used for this misison is also re-used, having flown on CRS-6 in 2015.