HOUSTON - Russia's 63 Progress re-supply capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station's Russian segment on April 2,  concluding a two-day automated transit that included a second round of flight tests of advanced navigation, communications and flight control systems that are to debut aboard the crewed Soyuz mission scheduled for a late June liftoff. The freighter - filled with more than three tons of propellant, crew supplies, research gear, water and ...

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