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02/28/2001. Korolev, MCC-M
After the completion of the docking of Progress M-44 logistics vehicle with the international space station, the Blue Room of the Mission Control Center - Moscow (MCC-M) became the venue for an earnest discussion between Rosaviacosmos Director General Yu.N.Koptev, RSC Energia Designer General and member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yu.P. Semenov, Director of Central Research Institute for Machine-Building (TsNIIMash) and memeber of the Russian Academy of Sciences N.A.Anfimov and invited to MCC-M Deputies of State Duma of the Russian Federation Federal Assembly, cosmonauts, journalists and specialist of the industry.
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02/22/2001. Baikonur launch site
The Intergovernmental Committee and Technical Management had a meeting at which a decision was made to roll out the launch vehicle with Progress M-44 spacecraft from the Assembly and Test Facility to the Launch Site.
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02/15/2001. Baikonur launch site
Final Progress M-44 Cargo Transport Vehicle processing operations at Spacecraft Assembly and Test Facility.
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11/16/2000. Baikonur launch site

After the launch of Progress M1-4 logistics vehicle the launch site processing facility was visited by Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kasymzhomart Kemelevich Tokaev, and his attendants.
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Technical management meeting to sum up the results of Progress M1-4 launch.
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647x600 60 501 bytesAt 4 hours 32 minutes 36 seconds Moscow Time the logistics vehicle Progress M1-4 was launched to the ISS.

 

11/14/2000. Baikonur launch site
320x480 30 776 bytesAt 5:00 a.m. Moscow time the launch vehicle with the Progress M1-4 cargo vehicle was rolled out from Assembly-and-Test Facility to launch site.
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11/13/2000. Baikonur launch site
At 15 hours Moscow time the Technical Management and Intergovernmental Commission Meeting was held at which it was decided that on November 14, 2000 the launch vehicle with the Progress M1-4 cargo vehicle would be rolled out from Assembly-and-Test Facility to launch site.
Progress M1-4 launch is scheduled to be performed for November 16, 2000 at 4 hours 32 min. Moscow time.
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11/10/2000. Baikonur launch site
Processing of the Progress M1-4 cargo vehicle is in progress for launch to the ISS.
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10/31/2000. Baikonur launch site
10:52:42 Liftoff Contact Command
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8:10 - 8:50 Getting aboard the space vehicle
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7:35 - 7:40 Report to the State Commission Chairman
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7:00 - 7:35 Crew Visited by the Management and Delegation
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10/30/2000. Baikonur launch site
Interstate Committee approved the makeup of the prime and backup crews.
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10/29/2000. Baikonur launch site
At 5:00 a.m. Moscow time launch-vehicle with the Soyuz TM space craft was transferred from the Assembly and Testing Facility to launch site.
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10/28/2000. Baikonur launch site
Integration of the Soyuz TM space craft with the launch vehicle
in the Assembly and Testing Facility.
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10/27/2000. Baikonur launch site
Transfer of the Soyuz TM space craft from the spacecraft Assembly and Testing Facility to the launch vehicle Assembly and Testing Facility for general assembly.
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The final crew fit check.
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The crew fit check was accomplished at 8:00 am.
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about payload shroud roll on to the Soyuz TM space craft.

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about designers inspection of the Soyuz TM space craft.

10/19/2000. Baikonur launch site
Preparation of the Soyuz TM space craft for launch to the International Space sration with the first prime crew (ISS-1) is still in progress.
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