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July 22, 2014

According to prelaunch preparations schedule Soyuz-U with Progress M-24M cargo vehicle was rolled out to #1 launching pad of Baikonur spaceport (Gagarin launch).

The launch of Soyuz-U with Progress M-24M was planned for 01:44 Moscow time, July 24.

Space vehicle will deliver to the ISS propellant components, oxygen, foodstuffs, equipment for scientific experiments and parcels for the crew members.

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