Easter morning delivery for space station Easter morning delivery for space station This frame grabbed image from NASA-TV Sunday April 20, 2014 shows the SpaceX Dragon resupply capsule approaching the International Space Station. It is expected to be captured by the Canadarm2, left, from the International Space Station later this morning. The pair at the time of this frame grab are traveling over the southern Atlantic Ocean. (AP Photo/NASA-TV) MARCIA DUNN| AP Aerospace Writer April 21, 2014 Comments CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Space station astronauts have received a special Easter treat: a cargo ship full of supplies. The shipment arrived Sunday morning via a Dragon, not a bunny. The SpaceX company’s cargo ship, Dragon, spent two days chasing the International Space Station after its launch from Cape Canaveral. Astronauts used a robot arm to capture the capsule 260 miles up. More than 2 tons of food, spacewalking gear and experiments fill the Dragon, including mating fruit flies, a little veggie hothouse and legs for the resident robot. NASA also packed family care packages for the six spacemen. On Wednesday, the stakes get higher when the crew conducts a spacewalk to replace a dead computer. NASA wants a reliable backup in place as soon as possible. This one failed April 11.