The Russian advanced 60 freighter saw shortly after it collapsed from the space station on December 19, 2005. The non-exhaustive Russian freighter Progress 71 should be launched on Friday, November 16, in the orbiting lab, bringing food, fuel, and stock to the crew .
Loaded with nearly three tons of food, fuel, and supplies, sailing Russian Progress cargo is scheduled to be launched from the Baikonuro cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 14:14. EST Friday, November 16 (12:14 AM, Saturday, November 17, Baikonur time), to deliver the International Space Station.
Launching an unused Russian Progress 71 and acquiring a space station will be live on NASA television and the agency at 13:00.
The aircraft was placed at the Zvezda service port on the Russian segment at 14:30. Sunday, November 18th. The NASA TV coverage coverage and attendance will start at 13:45.
Napredak 71 will remain anchored at the station more than four months before leaving in March due to de-Earthburning in the Earth's atmosphere.
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