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Russian cargo ship lifts off for World Trouble Purpose

In this image taken from video provided by Roscosmos Space Agency Press Service, a Soyuz rocket with the Progress MS-17 cargo blasts off from the launch pad at Russia's space facility in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, June 30, 2021. The uncrewed Russian cargo ship has blasted off on a mission to deliver supplies to the International Space Station. (Roscosmos Space Agency Press Service photo via AP)
On this image taken from video equipped by Roscosmos Trouble Company Press Carrier, a Soyuz rocket with the Progress MS-17 cargo blasts off from the open pad at Russia’s pronounce facility in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, June 30, 2021. The uncrewed Russian cargo ship has blasted off on a mission to ship supplies to the World Trouble Purpose. (Roscosmos Trouble Company Press Carrier checklist through AP)AP

MOSCOW (AP) — An uncrewed Russian cargo ship blasted off Wednesday on a mission to ship supplies to the World Trouble Purpose.

The Progress MS-17 lifted off atop a Soyuz rocket from the Russian pronounce advanced in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, at 4: 27 a.m. (2327 GMT Tuesday).

Or no longer it’s scheduled to dock on the residing in two days, delivering meals, fuel, equipment and supplies for the seven residents.

The orbiting outpost is presently operated by NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur; Russians Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov; Japan Aerospace Exploration Company astronaut Akihiko Hoshide; and European Trouble Company astronaut Thomas Pesquet.

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