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NASA Jan 13
The spacecraft preparing to leave is carrying ~4,100 pounds of important cargo, science and technology back to Earth. After departure, the cargo vehicle will splash down in the Pacific Ocean at 10:36am ET. Learn about the science:
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NASA Jan 12
What science will return to Earth once ’s cargo vehicle departs tomorrow? Watch starting at 4:30am ET as samples return from an experiment to study a stress reaction in plants, plus much more! Discover the science:
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Intl. Space Station Jan 13
The was released from the station today at 4:58am ET to return nearly 4,100 pounds of station cargo and science experiments back to Earth.
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Hazelgee Jan 13
"The Dreamer has awoken." A tribute to the grand old lady, she deserved a better end than she got.
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NASA Jan 13
Up early? Tune in live at 4:30am ET as ’s cargo vehicle departs from after almost a month on orbit. The spacecraft will be carrying around 4,100 pounds of cargo, including science samples and other experiments. Details:
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NASA Jan 13
LIVE NOW: ’s cargo vehicle departs after almost a month on orbit. Watch:
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The Pony Producer 1h
Today, January 16th, is ! Which dragon is your favorite?
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Captain Blue Hasia 2h
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meowshka_workshop Jan 14
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Intl. Space Station Jan 13
The is packed with nearly 4,100 pounds of station cargo and science experiments for analysis after it splashes down this morning.
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Chromamancer Jan 7
Finished a dragon rider piece of art that I've been working on. I tried a few different things in the process on this piece, and it feels like a step forward.
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RetroSoles Jan 11
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NASA Jan 13
So long, ! 👋 After almost a month at , ’s cargo vehicle is released from its orbiting home at 4:58am ET to return ~4,100 pounds of science and cargo to Earth. Watch:
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Intl. Space Station Jan 13
Live now on TV, watch the release of at 5am ET. Splashdown at 10:36am off the coast of Baja California will not be televised. .
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Intl. Space Station Jan 12
. TV coverage of the departure of the spacecraft from the station begins Saturday at 4:30 a.m. EST.
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ISS Updates Jan 13
has completed its first two departure burns, departing on the radial vector before the third and largest separation burn to leave the ISS Approach Ellipsoid.
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NASA Jan 13
The cargo vehicle that departed at 4:58am ET will splash down in the Pacific Ocean later this morning, delivering ~4,100 pounds of cargo & science to Earth. Splashdown at 10:36am will be not televised. Find out more:
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ISS Research Jan 12
Weekend return happening on : Read more and watch coverage on tv:
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Intl. Space Station Jan 12
The Expedition 54 crew wrapped up cargo operations inside the resupply ship and studied what happens to the human heart in space.
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milind kawli Jan 13
s is the only thing after space shuttle that is returning second time from space station through atmosphere....
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