HOUSTON – U.S. commercial launch services provider SpaceX’s fifth Dragon resupply capsule rendezvoused with the International Space Station ahead of schedule early Jan. 12, delivering just more than 5,100 lb. of crew provisions, research gear and other hardware. ISS commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore, positioned at a control post within the U.S. segment cupola observation deck, operated the station’s 57-ft.-long Canadian robot arm to grapple the 14-ft.-long unpiloted ...

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