What will shuttle to the International Space Station home node after the shuttle retires?
After the shuttle Space retired, will be the Orion spacecraft dock at the same node docking to the ISS the shuttle made? Or will tie the knot be replaced to align for berthing Orion? How does Low Impact Docking be delivered to the ISS if the shuttle soon Retired?
It will get replaced by a modern version, using lids. How and when should still be discussed, but because of the many benefits of the use of covers, he was selected early in the Constellation program as mooring system. One way to do is deliver the PMA replacement spacecraft COTS, for example SpaceX Dragon or Cygnus OrbitalSciences. Delivery would be similar to the device Japanese space launching soon HTV, which just sailed close to the ISS and then gets captured and moved to a docking port in the arm powerful robot to the ISS.