July 23, 2014
Categories: Russia

Soyuz-U with Progress M-24M was rolled out to the launchpad of Baikonur spaceport, the launch is scheduled for 01.44, Moscow time, July 24, – Roscosmos spokesman reports.

“The rocket is installed in the launching system. The specialists started working in accordance with the first launching day schedule”, – he stated.

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

Progress M-23M cargo vehicle was undocked from the ISS on July 22 and will perform the flight up to August 1. During the flight Radar-Progress experiment will be conducted on its board.

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