July 7, 2015
Categories: ISS, MCC, Progress, Roscosmos, Russia, USA

On Sunday, July 5, 2015, Progress M-28M successfully docked with the station in automatic mode.
Both Russian (Korolev) and American (Huston) Mission Control Centres su[revised Progress flight and docking as well as Roscosmos cosmonauts working onboard the ISS Gennady Padalka (crew commander) and Mikhail Korniyenko (flight engineer).
Cargo vehicle delivered to the station 2,38 tons of cargoes including water, fuel, foodstuffs, oxygen , equipment for scientific experiments and parcels for crew members.

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