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Russian “Soyuz MS-16” spacecraft docked to the ISS.

On April 9, 2020 at 14:13 UTC the Russian "Soyuz MS-16” spacecraft docked with the Russian “Poisk” module of the International Space Station. The spacecraft delivered 3 members of Expedition 63 to the ISS, Russian cosmonauts Anatoli Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner as well as American astronaut Christopher Cassidy. The new comers joined current ISS Expedition 62 members – Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka, American astronauts Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan.

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Chinese rocket failed during launch of Indonesian satellite.

On April 9, 2020 at 11:48 UTC the "Chang Zheng-3B” (Long March-3B) rocket-carrier was launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Xichang, southwest China's Sichuan Province. The rocket was to orbit the “Palapa-N1” (Nusantara-2) Indonesian communications satellite. But the rocket malfunctioned minutes later some time during the planned burn of the third stage of the rocket-carrier.

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Russia launched Soyuz MS-16 manned spacecraft.

On April 9, 2020 at 08:05 UTC the Russian “Soyuz MS-16” spacecraft was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The space vehicle was orbited by the Russian “Soyuz-2.1A” rocket-carrier. The spacecraft is piloted by 3 cosmonauts: Commander, Russian cosmonauts Anatoli Ivanishin (center) and Ivan Vagner (right) as well as American astronaut Christopher Cassidy (left).

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Dragon CRS-20 supply spacecraft returned to Earth.

On April 7, 2020 at 18:50 UTC the "Dragon” capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean southwest of Los Angeles. It was the "SpaceX CRS-20” mission. CRS means Commercial Resupply Services. It was the 20th flight of Dragon to the ISS with docking and the final mission under a 20-flight Cargo Resupply Services contact between SpaceX and NASA. It was the last flight of Dragon cargo spacecraft under Commercial Resupply Services phase 1. The second contract (CRS-2) was awarded in January 2016 and will begin with the SpaceX CRS-21 mission planned for October 2020 us ... Read more »

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Dragon CRS-20 spacecraft undocked from ISS.

On April 7, 2020 at 10:30 UTC the station's robotic arm removed the Dragon capsule from its berthing port on the station’s Harmony module. Using a command issued from the mission control center, the robot arm released the Dragon CRS-20 spacecraft at 13:06 UTC. It was the 20th flight of Dragon to the ISS with docking, including a demonstration flight in 2012. For the final time, a SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule was released from the International Space Station’s robotic arm. Beginning later this year, SpaceX will fly upgraded Dragon cargo spaceships that will dock automatically with the space station.

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US launched ultra-secure military satellite.

On 26 March 2020 at 20:17 UTC the "Atlas-5” rocket-carrier was launched from Cape Canaveral launch site of US Air Force. The launch was performed by United Launch Alliance supported by the 45th Space Wing of US Air Force. The rocket orbited the AEFH-6 ultra-secure military satellite. Military officials have not disclosed the geographic coverage area for AEHF 6. Designed to operate at least 14 years, the AEHF satellites are follow-ons to the US Air Force’s Milstar satellite network. The AEHF satellites are cross-linked with one another, allowing the network to beam signals around the world without going through a ground station.

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