Space X’s private space truck reaches station in two days
Space X’s private unmanned space truck arrives at the International Space Station with several tons of cargo.
American astronauts Jeff Williams and Keith Rubins on Wednesday morning docked the Dragon capsule with the ISS using a Canadian-made robotic arm. The capsule reached the orbital station for two days.
Among the cargo delivered by the capsule is a new docking port for the ISS, which will be used by private spacecraft delivering crews and cargo to the station as part of NASA’s commercial program..
Participating companies SpaceX and Boeing to begin test launches of manned vehicles next year.
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