The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Russia’s Nauka science module docks with International Space Station after decades of delays” – below is their description.
Russia’s long-delayed lab module has successfully docked with the International Space Station , eight days after it was launched from the Russian space launch facility in Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
The 22-tonne Nauka module, also called the Multipurpose Laboratory Module, docked with the orbiting outpost after a long journey and a series of manoeuvres.
The launch of Nauka, which is intended to provide more room for scientific experiments and space for the crew, had been repeatedly delayed because of technical problems.
It was initially scheduled to go up in 2007.
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