Monthly Archives: September 2014

Successful Dragon CRS-4 Rendezvous

September 23, 2014: SpaceX’s unmanned Dragon spacecraft has successfully rendezvoused with the International Space Station (ISS), carrying hundreds of kilograms of supplies and experiments including a 3D printer and live rodent “mousetronauts”, the first living mammals to be launched on … Continue reading

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PLATO Featured in NASA Tech Briefs

September 1, 2014: The Partition Level Application Test for Orion (PLATO) software tool was recently featured in NASA Tech Briefs: PLATO Tech Brief. PLATO is a software tool developed by NASA Johnson Space Center’s ER6 branch that allows sending of … Continue reading

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