SpaceX’s third commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station promises to keep ground-based engineers and scientists very busy, as astronauts opened the Dragon hatch, entered the cargo capsule and began to unpack its contents on April 21. Plans include the station crew off-loading new legs for Robonaut 2, the orbiting lab ’s unofficial seventh crewmember; as well as a plant chamber that may soon offer the astronauts a future source of fresh lettuce; a defining ...
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