26.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
its autonomous, three-day near-earth orbital flight, Russian
Progress M-58 transport cargo vehicle had docked with the
International Space Station.
23.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Progress M-58 transport cargo vehicle was launched to the
International Space Station from the launch pad #1 of Baikonur
launch site at 17:41:35 Moscow summer time.
The launch is aimed at delivering cargo to the ISS, which is required to continue the station manned operation, support crew living and working conditions, and re-supply the engine tanks with propellant.
21.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
At 5:00 Moscow time Soyuz launch vehicle was rolled out
from the integration building to the launch pad. Soyuz-U
launch vehicle with Progress M-58 transport vehicle is installed
on the launch pad. L-2 days activities have been started.
20.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Technical management meeting chaired by N.N.Sevastiyanov, President, General Designer of S.P.Korolev RSC Energia, and Government Commission meeting were convened. A decision is made to roll out Soyuz-U launch vehicle with Progress M-58 transport vehicle to the launch pad.
The orbital module was integrated with the Soyuz-U launch vehicle in the processing facility.
19.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Orbital module of the Soyuz-U launch vehicle, containing Progress M-58 spacecraft was transported from the spacecraft processing facility for the general integration with LV.
18.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Designers inspection of the Progress M-58 cargo vehicle was completed.
Payload shroud roll on to the cargo vehicle was performed.
17.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Progress M-58 transport cargo vehicle was docked with the transfer compartment in the Spacecraft Assembly and Testing Facility.
15.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
M-58 fuelled with propellant components and compressed gases
was delivered to the Spacecraft Assembly and Testing Facility
for final processing operations.
13.10.2006 Baikonur Cosmodrome.
The Technical Management meeting took place, which made a decision to fuel Progress M-58 cargo vehicle with propellant components and compressed gases.