February 13, 2015

RSC Energia, Progress rocket and space centre and Yuzhny space centre specialists completed works on assembling Progress M-26M space head in the integration building of #254 launchpad on February 12: nose fairing was installed
on the vehicle. Before the vehicle was examined and photographed.

On February 13, 2015, Progress M-26M and Soyuz-U booster were transported from the intergration building to #112 launchpad where the specialists completed the general assembling.

On Sunday, February 15,2014, the rocket will be rolled-out to the launching pad.

The launch of Soyuz-U booster with progress M-26M cargo vehicle is scheduled for February 17, 14.00, Moscow time. The vehicle will deliver to the ISS about 2,5 tons of cargo including propellant, scientific equipment,   foodstuffs, etc.

 

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