July 24, 2013
Categories: ISS, Progress

Progress M-18M cargo vehicle being the part of ISS since February 2013 will be undocked from the ISS on Friday, July 26, 2013 and sank in non-navigable region of the Pacific Ocean, – mission Control Centre representative reported to RIA-Novosti.

“The undocking is planned for Friday, July 26, 2013, 00.41 Moscow Time. Engines deboosting and orbit ejection will take place at 04.41 Moscow time, after that Progress will be sank in non-navigable region of the Pacific Oceas”, – the source reports.

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