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October 2, 2015

Soyuz-U booster with Progress M-29M cargo vehicle was successfully launched to the ISS from Baikonur spaceport.

On October 2, 01:52, Moscow time, Progress M-20 M successfully docked with Zvezda service module of Russian ISS segment.

Operations on automatic docking were controlled by Mission Control Centre specialists and Russian ISS crew members.

Progress M-29M cargo vehicle delivered to the station 2369 kg of various cargoes, including 350 kg of fuel, 420 kg of water, 50 kg of pressurized oxygen,   materials for scientific experiments, equipment for maintenance works and spacewalks. Besides the vehicle delivered parcels for crew members.

Progress M-29 M will be the last vehicle in its line. In November it will be Progress-MS modernized cargo vehicle to deliver cargoes to the station.

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