Cygnus Spacecraft Leaves International Space Station
The Cygnus cargo spacecraft left the International Space Station this morning at 6: 40 a.m.
It delivered around 33-hundred pounds of supplies and experiments after launching from Wallops Flight Facility on July 13 aboard an Orbital Sciences Antares.
Around half the cargo was food for the space station crew, while the rest consisted of hardware, spare parts and scientific experiments.
The spacecraft should re-enter the atmosphere on August 17th and burn up over the Pacific Ocean. Orbital’s next cargo mission to the space station is set for this October.