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SpaceX docks at International Space Station

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The Dragon is carrying ISS Research, crew supplies, and a pair of roll-out solar arrays
16:35, 5 June 2021

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The Dragon SpaceX cargo ship docked with the International Space Station. This was announced by the press service of NASA on Twitter.

"A SpaceX cargo Dragon spacecraft autonomously docked at 5:09am ET, making it the fifth spacecraft currently parked at the Space Station. The Dragon is carrying ISS Research, crew supplies, and a pair of roll-out solar arrays in its trunk," said in a statement.

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On June 3, NASA announced that it is sending two new missions to Venus to study the atmosphere and geological features of the planet.

The DAVINCI + (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging) mission measures the composition of the atmosphere to understand how it formed and evolved, and to determine if there was ever an ocean on the planet. The second VERITAS mission (Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography and Spectroscopy) will develop a 3D reconstruction map of the planet's surface to reveal the processes of plate movement and the formation of volcanoes that are still active on Venus.

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