Astronauts aboard the International Space Station opened hatches to access the “Orb-1” Cygnus resupply capsule Jan. 12, following a successful rendezvous and berthing of the Orbital Sciences Corp. resupply craft launched last week on the first of an eight-flight, $1.9 billion Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) agreement with NASA. The unpiloted commercial freighter, with its 2,780 lb. of day-to-day provisions, science and experiment hardware, computer equipment and spacewalk tools, was ...

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