Canadarm Poses After Releasing Cygnus

The International Space Station robotic arm passing the Node 1 hatch on it’s way back from releasing Cygnus.

Without this arm we could not have built the Space Station – a true workhorse — thanks Canada!

Credits: ESA/NASA Larger image

About Keith Cowing

Keith Cowing
Is trained as a biologist (M.A. and B.A. degrees) and has a multidisciplinary background with experience and expertise that ranges from spacecraft payload integration and biomedical peer review to freelance writing and website authoring. He is the founder of NASA Watch and co-founder of the Astrobiology Web and SpaceRef.

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