May 6, 2015

According to Roscosmos specialists’ calculations Progress M-27M cargo vehicle launched on April 28, 2015 will  re-enter the atmosphere in the time period from 01:23 to 21:55, Moscow time. A day before the factored moment Roscosmos will report more precise data on time and possible region of Progress debris fall.

The spacecraft will burn in dense atmosphere with only small debris being able to reacth the Earth. The size of the debris is similar to those in case of nominal Progress cargo vehicle de-orbiting.

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