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Now within 190m

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MCC-Dulles folks...

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And a photo of the JAXA guys.

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150 meters.

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The VVO Ray at the back in the blue shirt.

Smile! You're on the telly! ;)

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Lights off in the Cupola.

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100 meters.

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Coming up the R-Bar.

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You can see where the capture will take place on the Map. Half a world away.

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Sunrise in the Cupola.

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Sunglasses required.

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Hello Cygnus!

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"Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in a cradle forever." - Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.

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ISS just sighted in early morning sky over the Dulles mission control during the Orb1 mission for NASA
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About 50m out

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Heading to 30 meters.

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Cygnus performing well so far.

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