Russian Cargo Ship Docks at International Space Station

AN automated Russian payload transport docked at the International Space Station Wednesday with a heap of provisions.

The Progress MS-16 payload transport, which launched Monday from the Russia-rented Baikonur dispatch office in Kazakhstan, has conveyed water, force and different supplies to the circling station.

The station’s group guided the boat to secure at the station in manual mode at 0627 GMT (1:27 a.m. EST) following a very late glitch in the mechanized docking framework.

The space station is presently worked by NASA’s Kate Rubins, Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover and Shannon Walker; Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency space traveler Soichi Noguchi; and Russian Space Agency Roscosmos’ Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov.

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