June 23, 2021

Photos: Russian supply ship blasts off from Kazakhstan


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Russia’s Progress M-26M cargo carrier lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Tuesday aboard a Soyuz rocket, climbed through clouds and into orbit, then executed an on-time radar-guided docking with the International Space Station six hours later.

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Photo credit: Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA/NASA
Photo credit: Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA/NASA

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