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The #mib @astro_kimbrough and @Thom_astro catch a #Dragon, more images in @Flickr https://t.co/Ld6pW1xTtW pic.twitter.com/DVxwziORhw — ESA (@esa) February 23, 2017

On approach the #Dragon looks a bit Italian with its colours… we use the same navigation lights for boats, aircraft and spacecraft! pic.twitter.com/bqbQwHtyx9 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 23, 2017

Today's #Dragon arrival marks three space ships attached to the station. A fourth will arrive Friday morning. https://t.co/jXmQmuqzkG pic.twitter.com/FPEki8tjMa — Intl. Space Station (@Space_Station) February 23, 2017

A first: formation aircraft show that #radar satellites orbiting in tandem could offer 3D view of #Earth landscape https://t.co/fDPWY1LfB6 pic.twitter.com/9iKyTbIb3v — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) February 23, 2017

Dragon captured. Second time a charm! Now to unload the supplies… https://t.co/DAUvTFHXT1 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 23, 2017

Astronauts @astro_kimbrough and @Thom_astro have captured @spacex #Dragon with #Canadarm https://t.co/jGMydyeIwO — ESA (@esa) February 23, 2017

Dragon has been given a "go" to move inside 30m towards the capture point pic.twitter.com/VckbcD2YcY — SpaceX (@SpaceX) February 23, 2017

That red light is @SpaceX Dragon #CRS10 approaching @Space_Station seen through @astro_kimbrough & @Thom_astro's robotic workstation screen. pic.twitter.com/2Hk15Lg6Cc — Human Spaceflight (@esaspaceflight) February 23, 2017