october, 2017

14oct08:46Soyuz 2-1A - Progress MS-07Cargo Mission to the International Space Station

Event Details

Launch Date: October 14, 2017
Launch Window: 08:46:53 UTC
Launch Vehicle: Soyuz 2-1A
Launch Operator: Roscosmos
Launch Site: Site 31/6, Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Payload: Progress MS-07 (7,428 kg)
Mission Type: ISS Logistics
Spacecraft Manufacturer: RSC Energia
Rendezvous & Docking: October 16, 2017



A Russian Soyuz 2-1A rocket will be tasked with lifting the Progress MS-07 cargo spacecraft into orbit for a supply delivery to the International Space Station. Progress MS-07 is the 160th overall mission of the Russian cargo vehicle and the 70th to the International Space Station; it is the third and last Progress flight in 2017. The mission planned to utilize a new two-orbit rendezvous technique, but had to revert to the traditional two-day flight profile when moving to its backup launch slot due to a last-minute countdown abort Oct. 12.


Mission Resources:

Mission Updates

📺 Live Launch Coverage

🚀 Launch Vehicle Overview: Soyuz 2-1A

🛰 Payload Overview: Progress MS Spacecraft Series

📦 Cargo Manifest

Countdown Timeline

Flight Profile

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Baikonur Cosmodrome