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The spacecraft "Progress M-04M" docked to the ISS. / February 5, 2010 /

Russia cargo spacecraft «Progress M-04M» moored to the International Space Station, according to Interfax.

Truck docked with the ISS module Zvezda on Friday morning, February 5, Moscow time. The maneuver was performed in automatic mode, the intervention of the astronauts were not required. «Progress M-04M» became the first ship arrived at the ISS in 2010. The press service of the Mission Control Center said that at this time on the ISS for the first time are just four Russian ships. It is manned Soyuz TMA-16 and Soyuz TMA-17 «, as well as transport» Progress M-03M «and» Progress M-04M ".

«Progress M-04M» delivered to the ISS more than 2.5 tons of cargo, in particular, fuel for the maintenance of the ISS orbit, parcels, food, water and oxygen for the crew, scientific equipment, apparatus, consumables. Unloading the truck will begin at approximately 13:20 in Moscow.

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