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News Brief: Two days after its launch, SpaceX’s uncrewed Dragon cargo capsule was pulled in for its hookup to the International Space Station today. Astronauts used the station’s robotic arm to capture the twice-used cargo ship and attach it to a port on the Harmony module. Over the course of the next month, the station’s crew will unload 5,800 pounds of supplies and equipment, and fill the Dragon back up with almost two tons of cargo destined for return to Earth, including NASA’s crippled Robonaut 2 android.

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