Northrop Grumman successfully launches Valentine's Day special spacecraft filled with chocolate, cheese to ISS
The ISS is home to American astronauts Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka.
The capsule atop the Antares rocket holds 3,628 kgs of supplies, including cheese and candy for the ISS residents.
NASA had asked 11 companies to carry out studies, produce prototypes of human landers for the Artemis program.
The unmanned Cygnus, designed to burn up on re-entry, is used to dispose of trash from the ISS.
Rumours swirling around claim that Zuma actually fell back and burned up in Earth's atmosphere.