June 9, 2015
Categories: ISS, MCC, Progress, Space

ISS orbit was successfully adjusted on June 8, 2015 to avoid space debris.

Progress M-26M cargo vehicle thrusters were ignited at 22.58, Moscow time, and have been operating for 322 seconds giving he station  velocity increment of 0,3 m/s.

After adjustment the station parameters are as follows:

Inclination: 51,66 degrees;

Orbit time 92,53 minutes;

Maximum altitude 420,84 km;

Minimum altitude 398,79 km.

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