SpaceX supplies the ISS from Florida's space coast.

After taking off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center, a SpaceX capsule carrying about 7,000 pounds.

Of scientific equipment and supplies is currently traveling to the International Space Station.

This capsule is traveling to the station for the fourth time on SpaceX's 28th cargo mission for NASA. 

Approximately 19 hours after launch, on Tuesday, the capsule is expected to arrive.

Woody Hoburg and Frank Rubio, two NASA astronauts, will watch as the capsule reaches the ISS on its own.

There is equipment and experiments for the astronauts on board the station in the Cargo Dragon capsule.

To better understand how lightning storms affect our atmosphere, one experiment will watch thunderstorms from space.

In a subsequent experiment, scientists from the University of Florida will try to grow seeds.