A SpaceX rocket took off on Thursday for the International Space Station carrying supplies for scientific experiments, including some surprising passengers – squid and virtually indestructible microorganisms called tardigrades.The rocket, leased by Nasa, launched from Florida at 1.29pm local time. The Dragon capsule detached from the Falcon 9 rocket about 12 minutes after take-off and is expected to dock at the ISS on Saturday.Young specimens of the species Euprymna scolopes, known as bobtail…



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