Russian rocket docks with space station despite broken antenna
Progress will unload 2 tons of supplies to ISS
NASA was keeping a close eye on a Russian spaceship that docked Friday morning with the International Space Station
The rocket, named Progress, had a faulty antenna that is used to help guide the spaceship. It did not however, prevent Progress from docking.
Progress will unload two tons of supplies to the ISS.
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