Russian Cargo Craft Docks 24 Hours After Dragon Arrives

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

  1. Andrew Grunke

    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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