Japan’s HTV-5 Reaches Space Station To Ease Resupply Concerns

Credit: ESA
HOUSTON — Astronauts aboard the International Space Station greeted Japan’s automated HTV-5 Kounotori re-supply spacecraft Aug. 24, alleviating supply worries after recent commercial cargo delivery failures. Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui, assisted by NASA’s Kjell Lindgren, grappled the 12-ton...

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