A Progress freighter was manually docked with ISS today when its automatic docking system suffered a malfunction 200 feet from the station.


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A Progress freighter was manually docked with ISS today when its automatic docking system suffered a malfunction 200 feet from the station.

This freighter was using a new rendezvous radar system, and had spent two extra days approaching the station to do rendezvous tests. What failed has not yet been released.

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