Russia successfully launched a cargo spacecraft to deliver supplies to the international space station

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 Russia successfully launched a cargo spacecraft to deliver supplies to the international space station


Moscow, July 23, Xinhua News Agency reported that Russia successfully launched the progress ms-15 cargo spacecraft on July 23 to deliver supplies to the international space station.

According to the Russian state space company, at about 17:26 Moscow time, the Russian alliance-2.1a carrier rocket carrying the progress ms-15 cargo spacecraft was launched from Baikonur launch site in Kazakhstan. After 8 minutes and 49 seconds, the cargo spacecraft separated from the third stage of the carrier rocket and entered orbit.

At about 20:44, the cargo spacecraft docked with the international space station. It took 3 hours, 18 minutes and 31 seconds from launch to docking.

The progress ms-15 cargo spacecraft delivered more than 2.5 tons of cargo to the international space station, including fuel, oxygen, medical equipment, water and food.

Source: responsible editor of Xinhua News Agency: Qiao JunJing_ NBJ11279