July 3, 2015

On July 3, 2015, at 07.55, Moscow time, Russian aerospace industry launching crews successfully launched Soyuz-U booster with progress M-28M cargo vehicle from #1 launchpad of Baikonur spaceport.
At 08.04, Moscow time, the vehicle nominally separated from the 3rd stage of the booster at calculated orbit.
The vehicle will deliver to the station 2381 kg of cargoes including oxygen, fuel, equipment for scientific experiments, foodstuffs, water and parcels for crew members.
Progress M-28M cargo vehicle docking with the ISS is scheduled for July 5, 10.13, Moscow time.

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