The third Orbital Sciences Cygnus commercial cargo carrier to reach the International Space Station reentered the atmosphere Sunday for a splashdown in the Pacific east of New Zealand, wrapping up the second of eight resupply missions for the company under its $1.9 billion Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA. Carried to orbit July 13 on an Orbital Sciences Antares launch vehicle from Wallops Island, Va., the pressurized capsule carried 3,550 lb. of garbage for its destructive ...
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