ISS-63 mission


ISS crew:

Commander -
Christopher Cassidy
Flight engineers:
Anatoly Ivanishin
Ivan Wagner
Robert Behnken
Douglas Hurley



Progress MS-14 docked!

April 25, 2020

Today, on April 25, 2020 the logistics spacecraft Progress MS-14 developed and manufactured by RSC Energia docked to the International Space Station under the flight program to the International Space Station. The spacecraft berthed to the instrument compartment of the Zvezda module at 08:12 Moscow time, therefore, the time from the lift-off to docking was 3 hours 21 minutes.

The logistics vehicle approached the ISS using a super-fast two-orbit rendezvous profile. The docking was performed automatically under control of specialists from the Lead Operational Control Team (LOCT) of the ISS Russian Segment and Russian crewmembers of the ISS-63 Expedition - Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoli Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner. The rendezvous and docking modes were performed without comments.

Under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station, the cargo spacecraft delivered cargoes required to maintain the station flight in a manned mode and implement the program of scientific and applied research. Among them are fuel and gas reserves with a total mass of 700 kg, as well as 1,350 kg of various equipment and cargoes, including resource equipment for the onboard control and life support systems, experiment devices, sanitary and hygienic materials, articles of clothing and medical supplies, 420 liters of water in the refueling system tanks and standard food rations. Along with this, the crew received holiday commemorative items dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The total mass of all delivered cargo was more than 2.5 tons.





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