HOUSTON — The NASA-led International Space Station (ISS) Mission Management Team has approved plans for the scheduled unberthing of the first U.S. commercial resupply mission spacecraft later this week, as the astronauts aboard the orbiting science laboratory wrapped up a fast-paced, 2,400-lb. cargo exchange. The SpaceX Dragon’s unberthing is scheduled for May 31 at 4:05 a.m. EDT. Astronaut Don Pettit, who will carry out the operation using the station’s Canadarm2, will release the ...
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