The cargo ship Northrop Grumman Cygnus leaves the space station for an experiment in orbit – archyde

The newest Cygnus cargo ship left the International Space Station on Saturday (November 20) after sending a cargo to the crew in orbit.

the Northrop Grumman The supply ship NG-16 was released from the grip of the station’s robotic arm at 11:01 a.m. EST (1601 GMT) by an order from NASA’s Mission Control Center in Houston as both spacecraft sailed high over the South Pacific. the Cygnus Spacecraft hovered from the International Space Station under the supervision of Matthias Maurer, an astronaut from the European Space Agency ESA of the Expedition 66 crew of the station.

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