NASA

Capturing a #Dragon! While the International Space Station (@ISS) was traveling more than 250 miles over the Earth, astronauts Ricky Arnold (@Astro_Ricky) and Drew Feustel (@Astro_Feustel) captured SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft this morning using the space station’s #Canadarm2 robotic arm. Following that, SpaceX's #Dragon cargo craft was bolted into place and is now attached to the International Space Station where it will be for the next month delivering more than 5,900 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware to the orbiting laboratory.

Astronaut Ricky Arnold (@Astro_Ricky) shared this view of the Dragon cargo spacecraft as it traversed Italy en route to the space station earlier today.

Image credit: @Astro_Ricky
#spacex #nasa #spacestation #internationalspacestation #research #dragoncargocraft #science #technology #picofthday #spacestation

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@mashed_insta

Looks like the dragon hatched

@naumacos73

Gulf of Taranto in south of Italy.

@rupali.haldar.5070

Super pictures❤️.

@artmera

👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼

@ric_soft

Imposible sacar una foto a la velocidad que van..es CGI DIGITAL... NO HAY FOTOS POR Q NO EXISTEN SATELITES...NADA SALE DE LA TIERRA

@ric_soft

Mentiras...BASTA NASA...MUERAN

@ric_soft

NO HAY SATELITES NASA MIENTE

@taha_akg

I love you nasa😍

@wcrobi

@robren_ @rossd8101 big brother is watching

@ghasemi2001227

سلام کوکا.کوکا طیاره مدل۸۸.۸۹گازی سراغ نداری؟قسطی میخام هفته ای3دلار در توانم هست

@jordanb3731

@_cobalt27_ actually u have ur the one who thinks gravity actually exists 🤷🏻‍♂️

@teachwb

ممنونم از لطفتون پست هارو دنبال میکنم

@_cobalt27_

@jordanb3731 “You’ve been brainwashed” Translation: “I am too stupid to understand the science behind how the earth works”.

@jorgedc_usa

@its_just_me_chompy I’m going to search about that!

@its_just_me_chompy

@mckinnisthomas I don't know what are you talking about, but you look like a viking metalhead. Nice

@its_just_me_chompy

@uofica In the close future, I hope we will be able to send humans to the moon. The space carrier from the last century wasn't cheap, so now we need cheaper ways to send stuff into space. Thats why we haven't send anything in those years

@its_just_me_chompy

@tippycanoe117 It seems close, because the earth is, well, big. Plus, the satelite orbits ar not high enough to see the whole planet. I hope this solves your question.

@its_just_me_chompy

@maikopocorobba Would you be abble to see a shadow from miles high? If you are capable, I hope show us your hability.

@its_just_me_chompy

@jorgedc_usa Air bubbles are a concentration of gases that stay together due to the force of gravity in space. This "air bubbles" are composed of basic gases, like oxigen and nitrogen.

@_cobalt27_

@jordanb3731 Well, different forces have different effects. And I haven’t been brainwashed.

@_cobalt27_

@jordanb3731 And it does exist in water, just buoyancy+other forces make it less effective.

@sucipertiwi_

So, who was take a photo?

@_cobalt27_

@jordanb3731 that has nothing to do with my point.

@jordanb3731

@_cobalt27_ if gravity doesn’t exist in water what’s makes u think it exist at all smh 🤦🏾‍♂️

@_cobalt27_

@jordanb3731 actually, earth’s magnetic field cancels out the harmful rays from the van Allen belt, leaving objects and vessels in orbit completely safe.

@jordanb3731

@nasa how the best of the best drawers in the world they can literally draw anything 😂😂😂 nice one tho but u can’t pass the van Allen belt stupid

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