Progress M-29M (61P) mission to ISS

On Oct 1, 2015, a Progress supply craft lifted off from Kazakhstan, launching on a six hour pursuit of the International Space Station culminating with a smooth docking to the research lab’s aft port.

The Progress M-29M, also known as Progress 61P in the station’s manifest of visiting vehicles, docked with the Zvezda Service Module after a 4 orbit rendezvous sequence following launch from Baikonur.

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The cargo vessel will remain docked to the ISS until around Dec 9.

Source: Spaceflightnow.com

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