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09/17/2001 Korolev, Moscow area.
640x480 (62 580 bytes)Following a two-day free flight in near-earth orbit to the International Space Station (ISS), proximity maneuvers, fly-about, stationkeeping and approach, the Russian logistics vehicle-module Progress M-CO1 successfully docked to the ISS having delivered a new Russian module, Docking Compartment Pirs to the Station.
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09/15/2001 Baikonur cosmodrome.
640x480 (38 875 bytes) At 03:35 Moscow time specialized logistics vehicle-module (LVM) Progress M-CO1 was launched to a near-earth orbit by Soyuz- launch vehicle in accordance with the International Space Station (ISS) assembly program.

 

09/13/2001 Baikonur cosmodrome.
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The Soyuz-U/Progress M-CO1 Rocket-Space Complex was rolled out from Assembly and Test Building, delivered to the launching area and erected on the launch pad.
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Formation of the joint launching crew and statement of the work schedule for the first launch day.
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09/12/2001 Baikonur cosmodrome.
A meeting of the Intergovermental Commitee and Technical Management was held today. It was decided to roll out the launcher with the Progress M-C01 transport cargo vehicle from the integration and test facility to the launch pad on September 13, 2001.
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08/16/2001 Baikonur cosmodrome.
The Progress M-C01 spacecraft being placed into the pressure chamber.
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07/12/2001 Korolev, Moscow area.
Logistics spacecraft Progress M-CO1 intended for equipping the Russian Segment with Docking Compartment CO1 "Pirs", after integrated factory tests has been shipped from S.P.Korolev RSC Eneergia to the Baikonur launch site where it will undergo the final phase of pre-launch processing scheduled for autumn of 2001.
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06/08/2001 Korolev, Moscow area.

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The integrated testing of the Progress M-CO1 spacecraft is going on. The vehicle is to deliver a scheduled module to the Russian segment of the ISS - the CO1 docking compartment. This compartment known as Pier, will support the Station's crew EVAs and will become a nadir port on the Zvezda Service Module for manned and automatic cargo resupply vehicles.
The tests are planned to be completed by the end of June this year, afterwards the spacecraft will be shipped to Baikonur launch site to undergo final prelaunch checks.

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