Splash down ! The Russian Progressive MS-19 successfully returned to Earth

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Russia’s Progress MS-19 cargo spacecraft completed its eight-month mission in orbit on October 23, carrying debris from the space station into the Earth’s atmosphere to be destroyed. The unburned debris fell into the unnavigable waters of the South Pacific Ocean and returned to Earth successfully.

International Space Station

International Space Station

The new Progress cargo ship is scheduled to arrive at the station on Oct. 27 with about three tons of food, fuel and supplies.

Progress MS-19

Progress MS-19

Progress MS-19

Progress MS-19[1]( Russian: Прогресс МC-19 ), Russian production No.449, identified by NASA as Progress 80P, was a Progress spaceflight launched by Roscosmos to resupply the International Space Station ( ISS ). This was the 172nd flight of a Progress spacecraft.

Progress MS-19

Progress MS-19

Also delivered to ISS by progress were 6 Russian experimental cubesats ( ЮЗГУ No.5 – 10 / SWSU No5 – 10 ), which were deployed from the ISS by Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev during EVA 3 spacewalk.

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Progress MS-[2][2] was launched with the MLM spacewalk kit at 00:20:09 ( UTC ) on 26 October 2022 and docked with the ISS Exploration Experiment module at 00:02:15 ( UTC ) on 28 October 2022.

References :

[1]Progress MS-19 – Wikipedia

[2]Progress MS-21 – Wikipedia

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