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Tomorrow, a #Dragon 🐉 comes home.
After a month-long stay at the @Space_Station, a @SpaceX cargo craft will return to Earth with more than 4,000 pounds of hardware and @ISS_Research aboard: https://t.co/3IzLc7hPz8
NASA TV coverage starts at 8:45am ET: https://t.co/VeUUjCvAeL https://t.co/zsEnD06A8v
How did Apollo 13 survive an explosion that nearly left the crew stranded in space? Listen to live footage from mission control to find out: https://t.co/a9mqbcKvXC
Use #AskNASA & check back for answers to ❓ about the mission as you travel back in time with #NASAatHome. https://t.co/zAKv91hZY8
This week, astronaut Chris Cassidy launches on a 4-orbit, 6-hour journey to the @Space_Station where he’ll see our home planet from 250 miles above. Have questions about seeing Earth from above and his experience? Tag them with #AskNASA & check back for responses on #EarthDay. https://t.co/KIdAHB6YmS