Roscosmos Announces New Soyuz/Progress Launch Dates

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International Station managers from Roscosmos have announced new Soyuz and Progress booster launch dates by a finish of a year. Meanwhile, a 6 member Expedition 43 organisation on circuit has a packaged report of homecoming preparations, scholarship and maintenance.

The Soyuz TMA-16M booster launches to a International Space Station. Photo Credit (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

The Soyuz TMA-16M booster launches to a International Space Station. Photo Credit (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Three Soyuz organisation missions to a International Space Station have been given new launch dates. The subsequent Soyuz goal carrying 3 Expedition 44/45 organisation members is scheduled someday between Jul 23 and 25. A Soyuz cab moody that will move adult Flight Engineer Sergey Volkov and lapse Commander Gennady Padalka is scheduled for launch Sept. 1. Volkov will be accompanied by European wanderer Andres Mogensen and a third organisation member nonetheless to be announced. The Expedition 46/47 contingent will launch Dec. 15.

Three Progress load missions were also rescheduled. The initial resupply goal is set for Jul 3 and a subsequent dual are designed for Sept. 21 and Nov. 21.

In space, Commander Terry Virts and Flight Engineers Anton Shkaplerov and Samantha Cristoforetti are make-up their Soyuz TMA-15M and removing prepared for Thursday’s undocking and landing. The homebound contingent will undock during 6:20 a.m. EDT and land in Kazakhstan during 9:43 a.m.

A far-reaching array of examination work that observes how humans adjust to vital in space took place Tuesday. One-Year organisation member Scott Kelly collected his spit and blood samples for theTwins study. Scientists are comparing his physique in lightness with his Earth-bound matching twin hermit and ex-astronaut Mark Kelly. The organisation prepared for ultrasound scans so they could try cardiovascular health before, during and after a space goal for a Cardio Oxstudy. The organisation also complicated how astronauts work and correct interactive, touch-based and supportive technologies in space for a Fine Motor Skills study.

Source: NASA