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Forum:Soviet - Russian Space
Topic:Progress M-07M (39P) ISS resupply craft
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When it arrives at the station, the new Progress will deliver 1918 pounds of propellant, 110 pounds of oxygen, 375 pounds of water and 2645 pounds of spare parts, experiment hardware and other supplies for the six crew members on board.

Robert PearlmanNASA update
Progress M-07M launches to the space station

The Progress M-07M (39P) cargo craft launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 6:22 a.m. EDT Friday.

The Russian resupply craft is delivering 1,918 pounds of propellant, 110 pounds of oxygen, 375 pounds of water and 2,645 pounds of spare parts, experiment hardware and other supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members.

Docking is scheduled for 7:58 a.m. Sunday to the aft end of the Zvezda service module. NASA TV coverage on Sunday begins at 7:15 a.m.

High winds at the launch pad Wednesday delayed the launch by 48 hours. With winds gusting up to 33 miles per hour Russian launch officials rescheduled Wednesday's launch activities to Friday morning with no impact to operations onboard the International Space Station.

The station crew tested Zvezda's docking system and configured television systems to prepare for the arrival of the Progress. Its predecessor, undocked Aug. 31 and was deorbited Sept. 6 for a fiery destruction over the Pacific Ocean.

Robert PearlmanRSC Energia release
As jointly decided by Roscosmos and Rosstat, the list of cargo to be delivered to the International Space Station (ISS) by Progress M-07M transport cargo vehicle is added with a kit with census report forms for the All-Russian population census of 2010 and "Instruction for procedure of the All-Russian population census in 2010 and declaration".

It is assumed that the Russian cosmonauts of the ISS among the first will take part in the All-Russian population census of 2010.

The Corporation specialists prepared the kit with census report forms and instruction as appropriate and delivered it for accommodation onboard the vehicle.

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...to be delivered to the International Space Station (ISS) by Progress M-07M transport cargo vehicle
To be returned by which mission?
Robert PearlmanNASA update
Progress M-07M docks to station

The 39th ISS Progress resupply vehicle docked to the aft port of the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station at 7:58 a.m. EDT Sunday using the Kurs automated rendezvous system.

Progress M-07M brings to the orbiting complex 1,918 pounds of propellant, 110 pounds of oxygen, 375 pounds of water and 2,645 pounds of spare parts, experiment hardware and other supplies for the station's six crew members.

After conducting leak checks at the docking interface and opening the hatch to the resupply vehicle, the crew members will begin the long process of inventorying and unloading the cargo. Once emptied, Progress 39 will be filled with trash and station discards and deorbited to burn in the Earth's atmosphere like its predecessors.

Lewis007The Progress M-07M cargo vehicle undocked from the ISS at at 13:12 UT, after a hook opening command thee minutes earlier.

Retrofire occurred at 16:12 UT and the ship subsequently re-entered the atmosphere and burnt up, with surviving parts - if any - falling down in a remote area of the Pacific Ocean (42° 25 'south and 139° 39' west) at 16:58 UT.

Source: Roscosmos (Russian language site providing more info than the English site)

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