BUSY WEEK AT SPACE STATION

At the Mission Control Center in Houston, Expedition 59, busy flight controllers monitor the capture and berthing of the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft to the Harmony module of the International Space Station on May 6. Image Credit: NASA/Josh Valcarcel

BUSY WEEK ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION Busy have been the last few days aboard the space station. This article is a four-part recounting of published accounting activity of Expedition 59 crew members after the SpaceX launch of the Dragon resupply ship after a brief delay. Universal Digest is pleased to publish this content with… Continue reading BUSY WEEK AT SPACE STATION

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IMMUNITY STUDIES AND SPACEX LAUNCH

While immunity studies continue aboard ISS the SpaceX Dragon launch on the Falcon 9 rocket was delayed due to a drone ship power issue. The launch occurred in the last 15 hours.

IMMUNITY STUDIES CONTINUE AFTER SPACEX LAUNCH Immunity studies continue while the ISS crew prepare for the arrival of the SpaceX Dragon supply ship with a minor delay with the launch. SpaceX launched just 15 hours ago. More than 5,500 pounds of cargo is on its way to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon… Continue reading IMMUNITY STUDIES AND SPACEX LAUNCH

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