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August 06, 2012
Two of the Progress capsules that Russia uses to resupply the International Space Station have validated advances that could simplify cargo and crew operations at the orbiting laboratory. The unpiloted Progress 48 capsule, with almost three tons of cargo, docked with the ISS Aug. 1 less than 6 hr...
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