Progress MS-20 to be launched to the ISS in June 1st week
Updated: Jun 3, 2022
The Russian cargo ship will carry propellant and supplies and a 3D-Printer to the Exp-67 crew of ISS, on its 81st supply mission to space
The launch of the Soyuz-2.1a (serial no; S15000-052) carrier rocket with the Progress MS-20 spacecraft is scheduled for June 3, 2022 at 09:32:59 UTC.
The spacecraft flight program provides for an ultra-fast two-orbit autonomous rendezvous scheme with the delivery to the ISS of about 2,500 kg of cargo, including refueling fuel, supplies of drinking water and compressed gases, as well as 1,458 kg of various equipment and materials for the crew of the 67th long-term expedition.
The launch vehicle Soyuz-2.1a No. C15000-052 with the Progress MS-20 cargo spacecraft (No. 450) has been installed on the launch pad No. 31 (Vostok) of the Baikonur Cosmodrome, the press service of Roscosmos reports. Work began on the schedule of the first launch day.
Onboard, the Progress MS-20 Contains a list of Items to deliver for the Ongoing expedition;