Japanese Cargo Spacecraft Reaches Space Station

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON -- The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) eighth re-supply mission spacecraft reached the International Space Station (ISS) early Sept. 28 to deliver more than four tons of crew supplies and equipment, including a half-dozen replacement external lithium ion (LI) power storage...

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