Category : Progress
ProgrM-23M-launch
April 10, 2014

Soyuz-U booster with Progress M-23M cargo vehicle was launched to the ISS from Baikonur spaceport on April 9 at 19.26 Moscow time. At 01.14 the vehicle successfully docked with the ISS in accordance with the short 6-hours rendezvous scheme.

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Прогресс М-23М
April 9, 2014

Today, on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Progress M-23M cargo vehicle will be launched to the ISS by Soyuz booster from…

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Progress-free
April 7, 2014

On Monday Progress M-22M cargo vehicle docked to the ISS will be sent to free flight lasting up to April 18 during which Radar - Progress scientific experiment will be carried out on its board, Mission Control Cenrtre representative reports.

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iss1
April 4, 2014

According to specialists calculations if there was nothing done space debris could get dangerously close to the ISS - at the distance less than 400 meters.

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ProgressM-23M
April 2, 2014

Spaceport specialists filled the vehicle with propellant components and pressurized gas at the filling station. Then the vehicle returned to the integration building of 254th site for further pre-launch preparations.

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Soyuz-ST
March 26, 2014

Additional agreement for delivery of Soyuz-ST boosters to be launched form Kourou spaceport in French Guiana was signed.

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Progr_21M
March 13, 2014

ISS orbit was increased by 2 kilometers with the help of Progress M-21M cargo vehicle thrusters, - Mission Control Centre representatives reported.

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ISS_full
March 5, 2014

ISS orbit is to be increased by 1,5 km with the help of Progress cargo vehicle thrusters docked with the station at night on March 13, - the spokesman for Rocket and space industry reports.

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174872552
February 12, 2014

A Russian Progress-M spacecraft burned up over the Pacific Ocean Tuesday evening in a planned descent following a successful mission to the International Space Station.

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Progr-to-sink
February 11, 2014

Progress M-20M cargo vehicle, undocked from the ISS on February 3, 2014, that has been performing controlled flight for 8 days during which scientific experiment was carried out on its board, will be deorbited on February 11, - Mission Control Centre representative reported.

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