Russian Spacecraft Reaches ISS in Less Than 4 Hours, Breaks Record for Fastest Trip

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The Russian robotic Progress 70 freighter which was an unpiloted cargo resupply ship made history yesterday by arriving at the International Space Station (ISS) in a record time of fewer than four hours. It broke all previous records where such space flights usually took at least a journey of two days.

This journey of the Russian spacecraft that was loaded with fuel and at least three tons of food in addition to other supplies for the Expedition 56 crew was


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