After back-to-back cargo mission failures, astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have finally received some relief. Russia’s Progress 60 resupply capsule successfully docked with the ISS early July 5, delivering more than 6,100 lb. of fuel, water, food and other supplies. The automated freighter, also designated M-28M, locked into the Russian segment’s Pirs docking module at 3:11 a.m. EDT, where it was greeted by the station’s three residents, cosmonauts ...

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