Kazakhstan: Soyuz rocket launches unpiloted Progress 63P to ISS

A Russian Soyuz rocket launched the 63rd Progress cargo supply ship to the International Space Station (ISS) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday.
The unpiloted Progress 63P is carrying three tons of fuel, food and supplies for the current Expedition 47 crew. The docking and rendezvous is expected to take place on Saturday April 2.
The cargo ship will stay at the space station for around six months before departing in October and burning up over the Pacific Ocean. The launch was delayed from February 12.