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Space Station Finally Gets Supplies

After two straight failures on previous supply missions, the U.S.-Russian crew manning the International Space Station will finally have much needed supplies. An unmanned Russian cargo ship successfully docked Sunday at the station, and brought 2.5 metric tons of fuel, oxygen, water, food, and other supplies. The most recent mission, by SpaceX in the U.S., failed after the rocket broke up after liftoff.