Progress resupply vehicle docks with ISS
The Progress resupply vehicle was launched and docked with the International Space Station on Wednesday.
It is an automated, unpiloted version of the Soyuz spacecraft that is used to bring supplies and fuel to the ISS.
With around 750 flights, the Soyuz-U is the most-flown orbital launch system ever developed. It remains in service, and in the last few years it has mostly been used to launch Progress missions to the International Space Station, as well as occasional military payloads.
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