September 23, 2014

Today, on September 23, 2014 Soyuz-FG booster with Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft was rolled-out to #1 launchpad (Gagarin launch).

After the booster was installed and service truss attached to it launching crews started working in accordance with the first launching day schedule.

The launch is scheduled for September 26. The main crew going to the ISS comprises Roscosmos cosmonauts Alexander Samokutyayev and Elena Serova and NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore, the back-up crew consists of Mikhail Korniyenko (Roscosmos), Gennady Padalka (Roscosmos) and Scott Kelly (NASA)

 

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