Russian Progress Cargo Mission Docks To Space Station

Progress 84 approaches the space station before docking.

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—Russia’s MS-23 Progress resupply mission spacecraft autonomously docked to the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) at midday May 24 with a 2.7-ton cargo of food, water, crew supplies and propellant. Docking of the cargo capsule with the Poisk module occurred at 12:19 p.m...

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