HOUSTON – SpaceX’s sixth Dragon commercial resupply mission spacecraft climbed to orbit April 14, initiating a three-day trip to the six-person International Space Station (ISS) with a 4,300-lb. cargo, following a 24-hr. weather delay. European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, assisted by ISS commander Terry Virts of NASA, will be positioned in the station’s Cupola observation deck at a control console for the 58-ft.-long Canadian robot arm to grapple the ...

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