November 25, 2013

Soyuz –U booster with progress M-21M cargo vehicle was rolled out from integration building and installed onto the launch pad of Baikonur spaceport, – Roscosmos reports.

The launch is scheduled for November 26 under the International Space Station program. The decision on rocket installation was made by the State Commission.

“In accordance with prelaunch preparation schedule the specialists rolled out the booster and installed it onto the launching pad”, – official report states.

Image credit – RIA Novosti

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