Japan Resupply Ship Makes Delayed ISS Departure

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON – Japan’s fifth automated HTV resupply mission to the International Space Station drew to a temporarily delayed close Sept. 28, as astronauts aboard the orbiting science lab released the trash-laden, 12-ton cargo capsule for a destructive re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere. Japanese...

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