On May 01, 2010 the Progress M-05М unmanned supply spacecraft successfully docked with the International space station at 18:30 UTC.
The docking was performed in manual regime by Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov.
The Progress failed to dock to the space station in automatic mode. Automatic rendezvous sequence failed at a range of about 1,000 meters from the station. Following the order from the Russian Mission Control Center, ISS commander Oleg Kotov docked Progress M-05M manually.
The Progress is now attached to the Pirs docking port.
Progress M-05M delivered more than 2500 kg of cargo to the station, including propellant, oxygen, food, scientific equipment, additional hardware for the Russian Segment of the station, crew parcels.