A space truck Progress M-11M went to the ISS

On Tuesday, June 21, to set off a new ISS cargo spacecraft "Progress M-11M".

Rocket "Soyuz-U" was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome at 18:38 Moscow time. At 18:47 "Progress M-11M" was released into orbit, said Itar-Tass. The ship was separated from the carrier rocket at an altitude of about 200 kilometers. Docking station is scheduled for June 23.

"Progress" will deliver to the orbit of food and water for the crew, as well as fuel and equipment for scientific experiments. Part of the cargo intended for the U.S. segment of the ISS. The total weight of 2 tons of cargo is 673 pounds.


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