HOUSTON — International Space Station crewmembers Catherine Coleman, Paulo Nespoli and Scott Kelly returned the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s H-II-Transfer Vehicle (HTV-2) Kounotori to its original berthing port during robot arm operations on March 10. The spacecraft was berthed to the Harmony module’s Earth-facing port by the astronauts following a Jan. 27 rendezvous. Kounotori was moved to the space-facing port using Canada’s robot arm on Feb. 18 to provide clearance for the ...

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