Dragon Attached to Station’s Harmony Module

Dragon Attached to Harmony
Dragon Attached to Harmony
Ground controllers maneuvered the SpaceX Dragon using the Canadarm2 and attached it to the Harmony module. Credit: NASA TV

The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was berthed to the Harmony module of the International Space Station at 9:29 a.m. EDT while the two spacecraft were traveling above the coast of Sierra Leone. The hatch between the newly arrived spacecraft and the Harmony module of the space station is scheduled to be opened Saturday.

The spacecraft is loaded with more than 4,300 pounds of supplies, science experiments, and technology demonstrations, including critical materials to support about 40 of more than 250 science and research investigations during the station’s Expeditions 43 and 44. The capsule is scheduled to spend five weeks attached to the station.

For an overview of newly delivered science investigations aboard Dragon, visit: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/spacex_six/

2 thoughts on “Dragon Attached to Station’s Harmony Module”

  1. Hi everyone, just letting you know my wife and I watched the ISS and Dragon last night at 22.55 GMT as both space craft flew over southern Ireland. A wonderful sight ,thank you.

  2. Have you ever seen
    astronauts are drinking
    coffee on the moon?
    Iit can be real in near future..
    Of course . looking over
    the nicest view ot the earth
    onn the .special seat of the moon!.

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