Patrick BlauComments Off on Progress MS-07 Cargo Vehicle Completes Textbook Rendezvous after Two-Day Flight to ISS
The Progress MS-07 resupply ship pulled into its orbital docking port at the International Space Station at 11:04 UTC on Monday after its commute to Station was extended to two days following a launch delay last week.
Patrick BlauComments Off on Soyuz Rocket Soars to Orbit with Progress Cargo Ship, set for Revised Two-Day Mission Profile
Coming back from a rare ignition abort two days ago, Russia’s Soyuz rocket shot into clear skies over the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Saturday with the Progress MS-07 cargo spacecraft headed to the International Space Station with fresh supplies for the six crew members in orbit.
Patrick BlauComments Off on Rare Soyuz Ignition Abort Scratches Express Rendezvous Plans for Progress Cargo Ship
Russia’s Soyuz rocket suffered a rare ignition abort on Thursday, preventing the Progress MS-07 cargo resupply craft from launching on a new fast-track rendezvous with the International Space Station that had been planned for demonstration in preparation for faster crew flights to the orbiting laboratory on future Soyuz missions.