Russia’s replacement Soyuz spacecraft arrives at the space station

A replacement Soyuz spacecraft carrying three International Space Station astronauts arrived at the orbital complex on Saturday night (Feb. 25) as scheduled.

The Russian Soyuz spacecraft, known as MS-23, docked with the International Space Station (ISS) at 7:58 p.m. EST Saturday (0058 GMT Sunday, February 26). The encounter occurred when the two spacecraft were flying 260 miles (418 kilometers) above northern Mongolia.

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