November 27, 2019

At Baikonur the preparation of the “Progress MS-13” cargo ship continues for the launch under the International Space Station program, which is scheduled for December 6, 2019 from launch pad № 31 of the cosmodrome.

Specialists of Roscosmos enterprises performed a set of technological operations for assembly of the ship with the transfer compartment of the third-stage block of the “Soyuz-2.1a” launch vehicle.

The transfer compartment provides the assembly of the space head part with the block of the previous stage of the carrier and the installation of the head fairing.

Pre-flight preparation of the ship under the program of the 74th mission of the International Space Station is carried out in the Assembly and Testing building of spacecrafts.

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