February 13, 2017

Energia Rocket and Space Corporation specialists filled Progress mS-05 cargo vehicle with propellant components and pressurized gas at Baikonur launchsite.
According to Roscosmos upon completion of filling activities the vehicle was transported to the integration building along the railroad and installed into assembly rig for further prelaunch operations.
The launch is scheduled for February 22, 8.58, Moscow time. The vehicle is to deliver to the ISS about 2,5 tons of cargoes including fuel. Water, foodstuffs, parcels for crew members and pressurized oxygen.


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