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July 07, 1998 
An artist's rendering of two Japanese space probes, Orihime (R) and Hikoboshi, which successfully docked... 
An artist's rendering of two Japanese space probes, Orihime (R) and Hikoboshi, which successfully do..... 
An artist's rendering of two Japanese space probes, Orihime (R) and Hikoboshi, which successfully docked July 7 in the world's first unmanned rendezvous and docking in orbit, the National Space Development Agency (NASDA) said. NASDA'S Engineering Test Satellite-VII was separated into two parts named Orihime and Hikoboshi at an altitude of 550 kilometres over New Zealand. The two space probes made a rendezvous in orbit over the Pacific Ocean for 15 minutes after separating by 2 metres. 
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