Japanese cargo ship arrives at space station to make one last delivery

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A Japanese cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station today (May 25) to make one final delivery before its fleet is retired. 

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The unpiloted HTV-9 spacecraft pulled up to the space station early this morning to be captured by a robotic arm under the control of NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy. Cassidy, commander of the station’s Expedition 63 crew, snared the 12-ton spacecraft as it and the station sailed 260 miles (418 kilometers) above Tanzania. 





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