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Space-X Dragon spacecraft arrived on the ISS. Congratulations to the entire team on the successful operation. pic.twitter.com/Io7YeDCUj6
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#Dragon was installed to #ISS at 10:06a ET. Crew opens the hatch tmw to start unloading its 2.5 tons of cargo   pic.twitter.com/9sHafNdXJx
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Once #Dragon is installed to #ISS @AstroRM will send commands to bolt the spacecraft in place. He's standing by   pic.twitter.com/tmTXLMgvCm
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Ground controllers are moving #Dragon for installation to #ISS. Watch live on NASA TV: nasa.gov/ntv  pic.twitter.com/Udi2MNrCsc
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#ISS has #Dragon in its grasp! Capture occurred at 7:14a ET. NASA TV coverage of berthing ops begins at 9:30  pic.twitter.com/HOPPrH9pnI
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The #ISS robotic arm is poised for commands from @Astro_Wakata to capture the #Dragon cargo ship at 7:14a ET  pic.twitter.com/FesFS6zJS1
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Dragon is honing in on #ISS for a 7:14a ET grapple. @Astro_Wakata will use the station's robotic arm for capture   pic.twitter.com/LpenHbggCy
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The crew is all set with its preps for @SpaceX #Dragon grapple - @AstroWakata will capture it, @AstroRM to assist   pic.twitter.com/56ViIzcfjz
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The crew is getting a good look at #Dragon from inside the cupola as the cargo spacecraft approaches #ISS:   pic.twitter.com/VD8kg3XjI5
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The crew has a tally ho on #Dragon - the spacecraft is within 100m of #ISS and is set for its 7:14 am ET capture   pic.twitter.com/knkylN5qQq
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NASA TV coverage of #Dragon arrival to #ISS is underway. Grapple is scheduled for 7:14 am ET: nasa.gov/ntv
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Tune in now for a briefing on today's @SpaceX #Dragon launch to #ISS. nasa.gov/nasatv Miss the launch? Replay: go.nasa.gov/1kJWiFm
#FF @ISS_Research & learn about the scientific research & discoveries on the space station! #ISS pic.twitter.com/xOogOGc08o
View as the @SpaceX #Dragon spacecraft, now in orbit, separates from the the Falcon 9 rocket on its way to #ISS: pic.twitter.com/iDQRrPV5QD
The view from a @SpaceX rocket cam with Earth in the background, headed toward #ISS:   pic.twitter.com/Bt9OcxFOWb
Liftoff of the @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying #Dragon to #ISS !   pic.twitter.com/P9N1gqaPjW
All systems remain "go" and weather is green for a 3:25p ET liftoff of #Dragon carrying 3000 lbs of cargo to #ISS  pic.twitter.com/sJjMhttJVE
Countdown for the #Dragon launch to #ISS is progressing. @SpaceX is "go" for launch at 3:25p ET. Watch the coverage: nasa.gov/ntv
#Dragon launching at 3:25p will deliver more than 3000 lbs. of science experiments & supplies for the #Exp39 crew:  pic.twitter.com/cFbGCznS4i
Weather has improved to 60% "go" for the @SpaceX launch to #ISS. Mission control @NASA_Johnson is "go" for launch   pic.twitter.com/UGfShRBz9t
What's your Fri afternoon plan? Watch @SpaceX launch to #ISS @ 3:25p! Coverage starts now: nasa.gov/ntv  pic.twitter.com/JWYQAMYTCE