CRS-12 – CREAM payload installation

On my previous post I covered the arrival of Dragon CRS-12 to the space station.
On Aug 21, 2017 preparations were underway to remove the CREAM payload from Dragon’s trunk.

The space station robotic arm getting closer to extract the CREAM payload from Dragon’s trunk.

The Canadarm2 then handoff the CREAM payload to the Japanese Robotic Arm for installation on the Exposed Facility Unit 2 (EFU2).

CREAM papermodel

The photos below will serve as the instruction guide to assemble and install the CREAM payload on the Japanese Exposed Facility.

Check here to see all the modifications and payload additions to the Japanese Exposed Facility.

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