SpaceX Dragon Cargo Mission Docks To Space Station

The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft autonomously docks to the International Space Station's Harmony module. 

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—SpaceX’s 27th NASA-contracted resupply mission to the International Space Station autonomously docked to the ISS early March 16, delivering a 6,300-lb. cargo of crew supplies, equipment, and scientific research and technology development projects. The Cargo Dragon capsule docked to the ISS U...

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