Russian Cargo Craft Delivers Over Three Tons of Supplies

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Space Station Configuration

Today’s docking of the Progress 67 resupply ship to the Zvezda service module makes four spacecraft docked to the International Space Station.

Traveling about 250 miles over the Philippine Sea, the unpiloted ISS Progress 67 Russian cargo ship docked at 7:37 a.m. EDT to the aft port of the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

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2 thoughts on “Russian Cargo Craft Delivers Over Three Tons of Supplies

  1. Daniel Large

    What is the composition of the supplies? How much food? What type? Water, fuel, equipment? Personal? How frequently are the resupply missions and how much backup is kept on board the ISS?

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