June 3, 2014
Categories: ISS, MCC, Progress, Spacewalk

Progress M-21M cargo vehicle will be undocked from the ISS and sank in the Pacific Ocean on June 9, – MCC representative reported.

“The vehicle will undock from the ISS at 17.33, Moscow time, on June 9, the debris will sink in the Pacific Ocean at 21.23, Moscow time”, – the spokesman reported. Besides he stated that ISS reboost maneuver is scheduled for June 18 and the spacewalk is planned for June 19.

“Extravehicular activities will start at 17.50 Moscow time and finish somewhere at midnight”, – MCC representatives specified.

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