According to the CBC News article 'Progress 38 successfully docks with space station,' the Progress 38 supply ship carries '1,918 pounds of propellant, 110 pounds of oxygen, 220 pounds of water and 2,667 pounds of experiment equipment, spare parts and other supplies.'
While over central Asia, a Moscow flight controller confirmed the successful docking, saying "Congratulations on the successful Progress docking.' [CBC News]
Russian cosmonaut and ISS Expedition 24 commander Alexander Skvortsov responded, "Thank you very much.' [CBS News]
On Friday, July 2, 2010, the Progress 38 craft failed in its first attempt to dock with the ISS. The iTwire article 'Progress 38 spaceship fails to dock with ISS' states, 'A Russian cargo vessel was unable to dock with the International Space Station on July 2, 2010, at approximately 1658 GMT. Russian controllers say the unmanned Progress 38 ship is 'under control'."
The CBS News article also reported, 'It was the second Progress docking problem in a row for the Russians. During an approach May 1, a problem with the automated KURS navigation system aboard an approaching cargo ship forced Expedition 23 commander Oleg Kotov to take over manual control using the TORU backup system.'
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