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Cosmonauts Get Supplies

May 21, 1987|Associated Press

MOSCOW — An unmanned cargo spacecraft docked with a Soviet orbital space station today to deliver supplies to two cosmonauts who have been working in space for more than three months.

Tass press agency said the Progress-30 spacecraft, the fourth cargo craft to carry supplies to the Mir station during the current mission, docked with the Kvant module attached to the space station at 9:53 a.m., bringing fuel, food, water, equipment and mail to cosmonauts Yuri Romanenko and Alexander Laveikin, who have been in space since Feb. 6.

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