The Progress 66 cargo craft docked to the station today at 3:30 a.m. EST (8:30 a.m. GMT) just one day after the SpaceX Dragon arrived. [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
Live on NASA TV now, after launching two days ago, a Russian Progress 66 cargo craft will dock at the station today at 3:34 a.m. EST (8:34 a.m. GMT) with nearly three tons of supplies.

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Russia's Progress 66 resupply ship is docking to the station today at 3:34 a.m. EST (8:34 a.m. GMT). Watch live on NASA TV starting at 2:45 a.m.

Russian Cargo Craft Docking Today Live on NASA TV

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Yesterday, an International Space Station crewmember captured this fantastic image of Lake Oroville and the Oroville Dam. To decrease reservoir levels and prevent a collapse of the emergency spillway following high amounts of precipitation earlier in February, water continues to be released from the main spillway. A state of emergency was declared on February 13th after the spillway was...
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The first SpaceX Dragon resupply ship launched May 22, 2012, on a demonstration mission to the space station. Learn more about each Dragon mission to supply station crews.

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The SpaceX Dragon's arrival today marks three space ships attached to the station. A fourth spacecraft will arrive Friday morning.

Dragon Attached to Station’s Harmony Module

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Astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Thomas Pesquet captured the SpaceX Dragon today at 5:44 a.m. EST. [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
NASA and SpaceX teams are working today toward a capture of the Dragon resupply ship at 5 a.m. EST (10 a.m. GMT).

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Set your alarm! SpaceX’s Dragon cargo vehicle will rendezvous with the International Space Station tomorrow morning at 6 a.m. EST. Live coverage begins at 4 a.m. Details: [ Go.nasa.gov Link ]
NASA and SpaceX are reworking plans for the Thursday morning arrival of the Dragon cargo craft.

Crew Prepares for U.S. and Russian Space Deliveries

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The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has waved off today’s planned rendezvous and docking with the station. Onboard computers triggered the abort after recognizing an incorrect value in data about the location of the space station. Per the re-rendezvous plan built into every mission, the spacecraft automatically reset for another rendezvous and docking attempt in 24 hours.

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A Russian cargo ship launched successfully at 12:58 a.m. ET Wednesday with several tons of cargo bound for the International Space Station.

Russian Progress 66 Launches Cargo to Station | Space Station

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The first data on genetic analysis of station astronauts was published in 2016. The results are helping scientists understand astronaut vision issues and develop new experiments.
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Two cargo craft are scheduled to deliver several tons of supplies and experiment hardware to the station this week.

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