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Japanese astronaut Hoshide arrives at ISS

  • April 25, 2021
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The Sunday editions of all national dailies reported on the arrival at the International Space Station on Saturday of Japanese astronaut Hoshide along with his American and French colleagues in a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft. The new crew brought the number of astronauts currently aboard the ISS to 11, including Japanese astronaut Noguchi, who has been there since November. Hoshide said in a call with the NASA control center that he feels honored to be a part of the mission and looks forward to working with colleagues from around the world at the ISS. Hoshide will serve as a commander of the ISS during his six-month stay at the station.

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