The SpaceX Dragon capsule, with four astronauts on board, arrived today at the International Space Station (ERA), announced the American aerospace agency NASA.
The first phase of the EEI coupling was concluded at 04:01 TMG (same time in Lisbon), according to images broadcast live online by NASA. The second phase ended a few minutes later.
The capsule, baptized ‘Resilience’, was launched at 20:27 on Sunday (00:27 on Monday in Lisbon), from the Kennedy Space Center, in Florida (southeastern United States), by a Falcon 9 rocket from company of the businessman Elon Musk SpaceX, and the new means of space transport by NASA, after nine years of dependence on Russia.
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