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Dragon ship set for station trip

Cape Canaveral : FL : USA | Apr 16, 2012 at 3:49 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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SpaceX's Dragon ship set for station visit Science correspondent, BBC News Dragon will approach the station where it will be grabbed by a robotic arm The first cargo resupply mission to the space station to be carried out by a commercial operator is likely to be on 30 April, the US space agency says. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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