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SpaceX Dragon docks at space station to deliver new solar grids and tons of stock



CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – A SpaceX A dragoon cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station today (June 5th) to deliver new solar arrays, along with tons of fresh research experiments and supplies to NASA as part of the company’s 22nd cargo supply mission.

Developed Dragon autonomously connected to the orbital laboratory at 5:09 AM EDT (0909 GMT), parking at the zenith or the space-facing side of the station’s Harmony module. Docking occurred approximately 40 hours later the launch of the Dragon on the Falcon 9 rocket Thursday (June 3) from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During the docking, both spacecraft sailed about 415 kilometers over the South Pacific.


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