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April 27, 2015
Categories: ISS, MCC, Progress, Roscosmos, Russia, Space

At 09.41, Moscow time. April 25, 2015, Progress M-25M cargo vehicle undocked from the station.

On Apil 26, at 15.08, Moscow time, according to the program developed by MCC specialists cargo vehicle engines were ignited for de-orbit maneuver and the vehicle was de-orbited.  On April 26, at 15.51, Moscow time, Progress M-25M debris sank in precalculated region of the Pacific Ocean.

Progress M-25M was launched on October 29, 2014, and delivered to the station 2351 kilos of various cargoes including propellant components, air, foodstuff,  parcels for crew members, equipment for station maintenance and scientific experiments.

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