Next up for the Dragon is a series of thruster firings that will set up a rendezvous with the orbiting laboratory on Sunday.
NASA astronaut Jeff Williams and astronaut Tim Peake of the European Space Agency will capture the spacecraft using the station’s robotic arm. The crew will pressurize the space between the station and Dragon and open the hatch between the two spacecraft the next day.
You can watch the rendezvous and capture live on NASA TV beginning at 5:30 a.m. Sunday on NASA TV. Installation of the Dragon on the bottom side of the station’s Harmony module is set to begin at 9:30 a.m.