Japanese Cargo Delivery Eases ISS Supply Crunch

Credit: NASA
Delivery of almost 5 tons of supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard a Japanese cargo carrier moves the orbiting outpost into better shape for normal operations after a trio of accidents ate into onboard reserves of food, water and scientific equipment. Station astronauts greeted...

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