SpaceX CRS-23 Mission: SpaceX CRS-23 Launch date: No earlier than Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 3:37 a.m. ET Location: Space Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida Launch ResourcesMission OverviewSpaceX CRS-23 Mission OverviewHere are highlights of ISS National Lab-sponsored research and technology development investigations that are part of the SpaceX CRS-23 mission to the space station. Press ReleaseSpaceX CRS-23 to Launch Multiple ISS National Lab-Sponsored Investigations Into Low Earth OrbitCargo flying on the Dragon spacecraft include more than a dozen payloads sponsored by the ISS U.S. National Laboratory. Press ReleaseMaking Space-Based Research More Affordable—With a Little Help From the Girl ScoutsA group of Girl Scouts are among the 1st researchers to help test a new research platform on the ISS that aims to expand affordability of microgravity research. VideoSpaceX CRS-23 Research Overview: Faraday Research FacilityWhat do ants, plants, a remote implant and brine shrimp all have in common? They are heading to the International Space Station later this week! Press ReleaseThe Next Generation of Implantable Drug Delivery Devices Goes Remote Onboard the ISSSpaceX CRS-23 will carry an advanced, remotely operated implantable drug delivery device, allowing for on-demand, controlled drug distribution inside the body. Press ReleaseGoing to Extremes with MISSE: Advancing New Materials and Technology Outside the ISSLaunching onboard SpaceX CRS23 are multiple ISS National Lab-sponsored projects that will leverage the unique conditions of space through the MISSE Flight Facility.