The rocket was launched from the Cape Canaveral Cosmodrome (Florida). This is the fourth flight for the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket. Previously it was used to launch two manned Crew Dragon missions and launch a commercial satellite.
According to NASA, on the eve of the launch, the spacecraft will deliver into orbit not only materials for scientific experiments and new equipment but also fresh fruits and vegetables for the station crew.
It is planned that Dragon will remain on the ISS for about a month, after which it will return to Earth with the results of scientific work in orbit.
The rocket launch was scheduled for August 28 but was postponed due to weather conditions.