SpaceX CRS-21 Mission: SpaceX CRS-21 Launch date: No earlier than Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020 at 11:39 a.m. ET Location: Space Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida Launch ResourcesMission OverviewSpaceX CRS-21 Mission OverviewHere are highlights of ISS National Lab-sponsored research and technology development investigations that are part of the SpaceX CRS-21 mission to the space station. Press ReleaseSpaceX CRS-21 to Launch Multiple Life Science Investigations to International Space Station Under National Lab SponsorshipSeveral investigations on this mission are in the areas of life science and regenerative medicine and include government-funded science, academic studies, and research from large pharmaceutical companies. VideoISS National Lab Overview Video, SpaceX CRS-21The ISS U.S. National Laboratory is sponsoring more than 15 payloads on this mission that will bring value to our nation and further enable a sustainable market in low Earth orbit. Press ReleaseSpaceX CRS-21 Delivers Student Led Experiments to the International Space StationIn addition to the multitude of research from established investigators, this mission also includes experiments that engage thousands of students around the world. ArticleNASA Astronauts Hard at Work on Multiple Life Science Investigations Aboard the International Space StationSpaceX CRS-21 brought a variety of life science investigations sponsored by the ISS National Lab intending to benefit patient care on Earth.