How Vital Was That Successful Space Station Supply Mission?
The first successful cargo mission in more than two months has topped off supply levels aboard the International Space Station, but what if it hadn't?By Evan Thomas | July 5, 2015
The International Space Station finally got its resupply.
A Russian Progress capsule docked to the station Sunday, carrying more than three tons of fresh food, water and equipment.
It's a relief for everyone involved, especially the crew aboard the ISS, who depends on these flights for luxuries like air and water.