NASA Works Through Space Station Resupply Lessons

Delivery of 9,500 lb. of supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) Aug. 24 aboard Japan’s unpiloted HTV-5 cargo-carrier Kounotori has restored most of the six-month stash of food, water and equipment NASA likes to keep on board, but the U.S. agency’s initial plan for commercial resupply has...

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