Progress Docks With ISS

NASA Space Station Status Report 25 December 2004

"The Progress automatically docked to the aft port of the Zvezda Service Module at 6:58 p.m. EST as the Station flew 225 statute miles over central Asia. Within minutes, hooks and latches between the two ships engaged, forming a tight seal. The docking occurred about 30 minutes later than planned so that the linkup could occur over Russian ground stations with the benefit of television from the cargo ship and real-time data. This is the 16th Progress to dock with the Station."

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