ISS Cargo To Support Human Deep-Space Exploration

European Space Agency astronaut Alex Gerst aboard the International Space Station.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—The health of astronauts assigned to future long-running, deep-space exploration missions is among the areas of scientific study and technology development slated for launch to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX’s 24th NASA resupply mission. A nearly 6,300-lb. cargo of crew...

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