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File:Progress M-14M.jpg


English: An unpiloted ISS Progress resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, carrying 2,050 pounds of propellant, 110 pounds oxygen and air, 926 pounds of water and 2,778 pounds of spare parts and experiment hardware for a total of 2.9 tons of food, fuel and equipment for the residents of the space station. Progress 46 docked to the station's Pirs Docking Compartment at 7:09 p.m. (EST) on Jan. 27, 2012.
Date 27 January 2012
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