The Progress M-28M (60) resupply spacecraft arrived at the International Space Station Sunday morning after a two-day link-up with the orbiting outpost to re-stock the station after a series of problems with cargo craft heading to the ISS. Progress 60 made a successful docking to the PIRS module, marking the arrival of 2381 kg of cargo on board the station including food for the crew, maintenance hardware, water, science experiments and refueling propellant.
Progress launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in what was the return to flight of the Progress craft after April’s dramatic Progress M-27 M mission failure that had been caused by frequency dynamic characteristics of the coupling between the new Soyuz 2-1A launcher and the Progress spacecraft.
The Progress 60 vessel successfully deployed its antennas and solar panels
A view from Progress 60 camera
Progress 60 on final approach to the PIRS module
Current Russian segment configuration after Progress M-28M docking
Source: NASA TV and Spaceflight101.com