April 27, 2015
Categories: Progress, Russia, Soyuz, Space

On April 26, 2015, according to the decision taken by State Commission rocket and space industry launching crews rolled-out Soyuz-2.1a booster with progress M-27M cargo vehicle to the launching pad #31 of Baikonur spaceport. The rocket was installed and the specialists started working in accordance with the first launching day schedule.

Soyuz-2.1A with progress M-27M launch is planned for April 28, 2015, 10:09:50, Moscow time.

The vehicle will deliver to the station propellant components, oxygen, foodstuff, equipment necessary for scientific experiments and gifts and parcels for crew members.

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