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SpaceX Dragon's 2nd Space Station Cargo Delivery (Photos)

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft at ISS #2

NASA

This image is one of a series of still photos documenting the process to release the SpaceX Dragon-2 spacecraft from the International Space Station on March 26, 2013.

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft at ISS #3

NASA

This image is one of a series of still photos documenting the process to release the SpaceX Dragon-2 spacecraft from the International Space Station on March 26, 2013.

SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft at ISS #4

NASA

This image is one of a series of still photos documenting the process to release the SpaceX Dragon-2 spacecraft from the International Space Station on March 26, 2013.

Chris Hadfield and Tom Marshburn

NASA

Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield (right) of the Canadian Space Agency and Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn of NASA are pictured in the Cupola on the International Space Station during the operations that ultimately led to the release of the SpaceX Dragon-2 spacecraft for its return to Earth after a two week stay aboard the orbital outpost. Image taken March 26, 2013.

Dragon and the Space Station

NASA TV

The grapple bars delivered to the Space Station by SpaceX's Dragon capsule were unloaded today (March 6).

Grapple Bars being Removed from Dragon

NASA TV

Residents of the International Space Station removed the two grapple bars delivered by SpaceX's Dragon to the orbiting laboratory today.

Grapple Bars Removed from Dragon

NASA TV

The grapple bars delivered to the Space Station by SpaceX's Dragon capsule were unloaded today (March 6).

Chris Hadfield with the Dragon

Chris Hadfield / Canadian Space Agency

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield poses with SpaceX's Dragon capsule after it docked successfully with the space station.

SpaceX Dragon Capsule on Final Approach: CRS-2

NASA TV

The privately built SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule is moved into its final position on the International Space Station's Harmony module with a bright Earth in the background in this view captured during the capsule's March 3, 2013, docking. The Dragon capsule is delivery cargo to the space station for NASA.

Chris Hadfield and the Dragon

Chris Hadfield / Canadian Space Agency

Chris Hadfield took a self portrait with SpaceX's Dragon capsule as it approached the International Space Station before Docking.

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