The International Space Station got a ton of goodies this morning from the Easter … Dragon?
SpaceX cargo ship, “Dragon,” chased the ISS around the globe for two days before the ISS used a robot arm to draw it in. The delivery happened about 260 miles above Egypt.
The package included 2 tons of food, space-walking gear, family care packages, and experiments.
Another Easter treat in space: Scientists have discovered an “Earth-like” planet in a life-friendly zone. Kepler-186f is orbiting a star that’s a bit cooler and smaller than the sun, but the planet is the right distance from it to be able to host water.
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