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Russia’s Progress 77 cargo ship docks with the International Space Station

A Russian space vessel carrying an algae experiment, long-duration medical examinations and thousands of pounds of other cargo and supplies docked safely at the International Space Station Wednesday (Feb. 17).

The Russian Progress MS-16 cargo ship (also known as Progress 77) met up with the orbiting complex at 1:27 a.m. EST (0627 GMT), when it latched onto the station’s Pirs docking component, according to an update from NASA. It had launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Sunday (Feb. 14).

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