994355553
June 7, 2016

On June 6, 2016,  Roscosmos State Commission meeting discussed Soyuz MS manned spacecraft and Progress MS-03 cargo vehicle prelaunch preparations and Soyuz TMA-19M landing issues.

For safety reasons it was decided to conduct additional testing of Soyuz MS software. The launch was shifted from June 24 to July 7.

The launch of Progress MS-03 was shifted from July 7 to July 17.

The landing of Soyuz TMa-19M is scheduled for June 18, 12.12, Moscow time.

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