Russian Progress Supply Spacecraft in Trouble!

A Progress spacecraft—the unmanned vehicle used by Russia to send supplies to the International Space Station—lost communication with the Russian space agency after launching from Kazakhstan early Tuesday morning. According to Space Flight Now, the Progress began “spinning, or rotating, in some fashion” shortly after reaching orbit. At that point, Roscosmos started having issues receiving reliable data from the vehicle, and it seems the agency is still trying to figure out what went wrong.