Russian Cargo Craft Docks 24 Hours After Dragon Arrives

Feb. 24 Space Station Configuration
Today’s arrival of the Progress 66 cargo craft, just 24 hours after the capture ofthe Space X Dragon, makes four spaceships at the International Space Station. Credit: NASA

Traveling about 250 miles over the south Pacific, the unpiloted Progress 66 Russian cargo ship docked at 3:30 a.m. EST to the Pirs Docking Compartment of the International Space Station.

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1 thought on “Russian Cargo Craft Docks 24 Hours After Dragon Arrives”

  1. Elon,
    How are your mice doing? That’s your first living mammal flight. Humans next! Great launch, I love the landing.

    Andrew Grunke
    Avon By The Sea

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