August 20, 2015
Categories: ISS, MCC, Soyuz, Space

Operations on Soyuz TMA-16M manned spacecraft redocking from Poisk small research module to Zvezda service module of Russian ISS segment are scheduled for August 28 and will be accomplished in the manual mode, – Mission Control Centre reports.
“The aim is to release docking node of Poisk small research module to receive Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft with ISS-45 mission crew onboard to be launched on September 2”.
According to the specialists’ calculations ISS crew will be redocking Soyuz TMA-16M in manual mode in the period from 10.09 to 10.34, Moscow time.

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