Russia’s Progress MS-17 Reaches ISS With Supplies

Graphic showing the five spaceships parked at the ISS as of July 1.
Credit: NASA
Russia’s Progress MS-17 cargo capsule docked autonomously with the International Space Station’s (ISS) Poisk module late July 1, completing a two-day journey to deliver a 3,600-lb. shipment of food, crew supplies and propellant. The docking with the Russian segment was completed at 8:59 p.m. EDT. MS...

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