Progress MS-07 arrives at ISS

After a two day rendezvous with the ISS, the Progress MS-07 cargo vessel docked with the station delivering food, fuel and supplies.
A first launch attempt on Oct 12, 2017 was scrubbed and it was supposed to take 2 orbits to reach the ISS.
But the launch on Oct 14th from the Baikonur Cosmodrome was not favorable for a fast-track rendezvous, instead it took a two day flight.

Progress MS-07 aligned with the PIRS module on final approach.

Progress Ms-07 approaching the station

Docked to PIRS

Current ISS Russian segment configuration after the arrival of Progress MS-07

Source: Spaceflightinsider.com

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