Northrop Grumman’s CRS-14 Mission to the International Space Station: What’s on Board


A Northrop Grumman Cygnus resupply spacecraft soon heading to the International Space Station carries thousands of pounds of scientific investigations, technology demonstrations, commercial products, and cargo.

The company’s 14th commercial resupply mission is scheduled to launch no earlier than Sept. 29 from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The craft’s cargo includes critical materials that support research ranging from cancer therapies to vegetable growth and a commercial product as part of NASA’s goal to achieve a sustainable economy in low-Earth orbit.

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  1. Interesting, a lot of new things being looked at for the ISS, like the camera 🎥 setup and the Toilet 🚽 too.
    I hear Tom cruse is going up there in the near future, I’ll Bet he will want to come home to earth 🌎 after a few days, for several reasons but Mainly because of the Toilet….!!!

  2. ISS is collosal Fail!!! We want to see the bill and the results till now. Hundreds of billions dollars for usless results. That is scientific bubble like "colony on Mars" and other dumb ideas founded with billions of tax payers money at international level. More then a half of the human kind live in poverty but you have all the billions dollars founding you need for your dreams in space. That's at least not moral or maybe crime against humanity.

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