January 23, 2014

Space Industry specialists go on preparing Progress M-22M cargo vehicle for the launch according to ISS provision program at Baikonur spaceport.

On January 22 the specialists continued loading cargoes into the vehicle in  site 254 integration building of the spaceport. In course of the works every element is strictly checked, recorded, passes medical treatment and then put onto the place stated in loading protocol.

Along with this works operations with cargo vehicle planned before its transportation to the filling area were accomplished. The works on spacecraft filling with propellant components are to be finished within next week.

According to Roscosmos press office Progress M-22M will be launched on February 5, 2014.

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