Russian cargo Ship Launch to International Space Station

An unpiloted Russian cargo ship carrying almost three tons of supply for the mission 36 crew docked to the worldwide Space Station less than six hours after start on Saturday and the ISS advancement 52 resupply ship dock with the station Pirs docking section at 10:26 p.m. EDT, deliver 1,212 pounds of propellant, 42 pounds of oxygen, 62 pounds of air, 926 pounds of water and 3,395 pounds of extra parts, maintenance tools and research hardware to incorporated in the payload are tools identified for likely repairs to the U.S. spacesuits on the position at the time of docking movement 52 and the station were flying 260 miles larger than the Pacific Ocean future the west coast of South America.

The space freighters start on from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 4:45 p.m. EDT 2:45 a.m. Sunday Kazakhstan time on a go faster, four-orbit journey to come together with the station by the side of the time of start, the station was flying 260 miles over southern Russia near the margin between Kazakhstan and Mongolia.

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