November 22, 2021

Rocket Soyuz-2.1b to orbit new Prichal module of Russian ISS segment planned to be launched on November 24 was successfully rolled out and installed onto the launchpad.

Soyuz -2.1b booster with Progress M-UM specially modified cargo vehicle and new Russian Prichal module was installed on the launchpad #31, – was stated in the official message by Roscosmos.

Later Roscosmos specified that service tower had been installed in vertical position and booster‘s communication lines were connected with ground-based equipment of the launchpad.

Specialists have already started working according to the first launching day schedule.

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