October 17, 2021

SpaceX cargo ship streaks across Florida on the way to splashdown

October 1, 2021

A SpaceX supply ship blazed a trail through the atmosphere over the southeastern United States Thursday night and splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean east of Florida, returning home with 2.3 tons of research specimens and cargo from the International Space Station.

Live coverage: Dragon cargo ship departs space station, heads for splashdown

September 30, 2021

A SpaceX Cargo Dragon supply ship undocked from the International Space Station Thursday and headed for splashdown off the coast of Florida. The reusable cargo capsule departed the station at 9:12 a.m. EDT (1312 GMT). Splashdown off the east coast of Florida occurred at 10:57 p.m. EDT (0257 GMT).

Station crew relocates Soyuz spaceship to new Russian module

September 28, 2021

Two Russian cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut strapped into their Soyuz ferry ship Tuesday at the International Space Station and moved the craft to a new docking port on Russia’s Nauka lab module that arrived at the complex in July.

Spacewalking astronauts continue solar array upgrade work

September 12, 2021

Three days after a Russian spacewalk, Japanese space station commander Akihiko Hoshide and Frenchman Thomas Pesquet floated outside for their own excursion Sunday, building a support fixture for a roll-out solar array blanket that will be attached later.

Russian spacewalkers begin outfitting new lab module

September 3, 2021

Two Russian spacewalkers connected a new laboratory module to the International Space Station’s power grid Friday, routing and plugging in eight cables to tap into electricity generated by NASA’s solar power system.

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