Rocket with supplies launched to ISS

A commercial company in the United States has launched it's latest supply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

Space X's Falcon-Nine rocket took off from Florida last night.

The capsule is carrying just over two tonnes of food, equipment and science experiments.

It's the third re-supply mission the firm has launched as part of a multi-million pound deal with NASA.

The stores are expected to arrive at the ISS on Sunday.

Commentary provided by Nasa TV and the control room.

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