Dragon Flying Over Africa
SpaceX's unmanned Dragon capsule flies over sub-Saharan Africa on its way to the International Space Station on March 3.
Dragon Captured by Space Station Robotic Arm
SpaceX's Dragon capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station on Sunday (March 3).
Robotic Arm Latching on to Dragon
The robotic arm on the International Space Station latched on to the front of SpaceX's Dragon unmanned capsule to dock it with the station.
Dragon Above Mount Etna
SpaceX's Dragon capsule flies high above Sicily's Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe.
SpaceX Dragon's Eye View of Docking: CRS-2
A view of the docking hatch of SpaceX's Dragon capsule as seen by a camera on the Harmony module berthing port during rocking operations on March 3, 2013, during SpaceX's cargo delivery mission for NASA.
SpaceX Dragon and the Earth on CRS-2
This amazing view captures SpaceX's Dragon space capsule with the Earth in the background as flight controllers in NASA's Mission Control in Houston remotely operate the International Space Station's robotic arm to dock the capsule on March 3, 2013. The Dragon spacecraft is carrying cargo for NASA under the CRS-2 mission.
SpaceX Dragon Captured by ISS Crew: CRS-2
A SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule is perched at the end of the International Space Station's robotic arm after being grappled by astronauts on March 3, 2013, during the CRS-2 (SpaceX 2) cargo delivery mission.
SpaceX Dragon Docking Location: CRS-2
This NASA graphic shows the location of SpaceX's Dragon space capsule after its docking with the International Space Station on March 3, 2013. The Dragon capsule is delivering cargo for NASA under the CRS-2 (SpaceX 2) mission.
Dragon Capsule Moves Into Position: CRS-2
SpaceX's Dragon capsule is rotated into docking position by flight controllers weilding the International Space Station's robotic arm from NASA's Mission Control in Houston on March 3, 2013.
Dragon and Other Visiting Spacecraft: CRS-2
This NASA graphic shows the location of SpaceX's Dragon cargo, as well as two unmanned Russian Progress cargo ships and two Soyuz crew vehicles at the International Space Station as of March 3, 2013, after the Dragon's arrival during the CRS-2 resupply mission.