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

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Lines Up: CRS-2

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SpaceX's Dragon capsule is aligned with its docking port on the International Space Station by flight controllers in Mission Control, controlling the arm remotely, in this view from a NASA camera on March 3, 2013. The Dragon capsule is delivering cargo for NASA under the CRS-2 mission.

SpaceX Dragon Up Close: CRS-2

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A camera on the International Space Station captured this close-up view of the visiting SpaceX Dragon capsule after its capture by robotic arm on March 3, 2013, to deliver cargo under the CRS-2 mission.

SpaceX Dragon in Darkness: CRS-2

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Darkness falls over SpaceX's Dragon cargo capsule as it and the International Space Station fly over the night side of Earth on March 3, 2013, following a successful robotic arm capture of the spacecraft.

SpaceX Dragon View on ISS: CRS-2

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A view of SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo capsule at the end of the International Space Station's robotic arm on March 3, 2013, during the CRS-2 resupply mission.

Dragon Under Space Station's Shadow: CRS-2

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SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft falls under the shadow of the International Space Station after its successful capture by robotic arm on March 3, 2013.

SpaceX Dragon and Earth's Clouds

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SpaceX's Dragon space capsule is seen with a cloud-covered Earth as a backdrop in this view from an International Space Station camera after the two spacecraft met on March 3, 2013.

SpaceX Dragon Over Earth for CRS-2 Launch

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A SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule hovers near the International Space Station during the CRS-2 (SpaceX 2) cargo delivery mission for NASA on March 3, 2013.

Dragon Capsule Nears Space Station: CRS-2

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A private SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule hovers below the International Space Station on March 3, 2013, just before being captured by the outpost's robotic arm to deliver 1,200 pounds of cargo for NASA during the CRS-2 mission (SpaceX2).

Dragon Capsule Over Earth: CRS-2

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A private SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule hovers below the International Space Station with the Earth in the background on March 3, 2013, just before being captured by the outpost's robotic arm to deliver 1,200 pounds of cargo for NASA during the CRS-2 mission (SpaceX2).

Dragon Capsule Approach Seen by Astronauts: CRS-2

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This view shows the computer screen view used by astronauts to monitor the SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule approach to the International Space Station on March 3, 2013, during the CRS-2 (SpaceX 2) mission.

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