SpaceX Supply Capsule Reaches International Space Station
HOUSTON – The sixth SpaceX Dragon resupply capsule successfully rendezvoused with the International Space Station (ISS) early April 17, enabling two of the orbiting science lab’s six astronauts to capture the freighter and its 4,300-lb. cargo with the station’s Canadian robot arm. European Space...
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