CRS-25 Dragon from SpaceX docks with the International Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship caught up with the International Space Station and flew itself to a picture-perfect docking Saturday

completing a two-day rendezvous to deliver about 3 tonnes of supplies, science equipment, and gear to the orbital laboratory

Making SpaceX's 25th cargo run to the International Space Station,

The Dragon capsule was loaded with 5,880 pounds of crew supplies, science gear and other equipment,

Crew-4 astronauts Kjell Lindgren, Bob Hines, Jessica Watkins, and an astronaut from the European Space Agency will unload the Dragon during the ensuing weeks.

Kikina will be the first Russian to fly aboard a Crew Dragon

The mixed U.S.-Russian crews will ensure that at least one astronaut and cosmonaut will always be on board to operate their respective systems

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