MOSCOW, December 3. /TASS/. The Progress MS-25 cargo spacecraft has docked to the Russian segment of the International Space Station after blasting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Friday, according to a live broadcast from Roscosmos.
The Progress MS-25 delivered 2,528 kg of cargo to the ISS, including 515 kg of fuel, 420 liters of drinking water, 40 kg of compressed nitrogen in cylinders and about 1,553 kg of various equipment and materials such as medical supervision and sanitation equipment and clothing items. The spacecraft also brought food for Russian cosmonauts, including tangerines, oranges, lemons and grapefruits.
Supplies onboard the Progress MS-25 also included New Year gifts for crew members from their relatives and friends, according to the ISS crew psychological support service.
The ship also brought an Incubator-3 system and 48 eggs of Japanese quail to be utilized in an experiment called Quail.