Category: ISS & Mars

Dragon spacecraft proves resilience again and is cleared for rendezvous ISS on with ISS for Sunday March 3

Management of the ISS unanimously agrees that the Dragon’s propulsion system is operating normally along with its other systems. Therefore they cleared the Dragon for rendezvous for early Sunday. From 30 feet below the complex Kevin Fordm, the present ISS station commander will use the robotic arm to grapple Dragon at 6:3 1 a.m. EST […]

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