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Progress M-23M docked at the ISS











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10.04.2014

Progress M-23M approach ISS. Image Credit: NASA TV / Screen capture: Orbiter.ch Aerospace

April 10, 2014 at 01:14 Moscow time (MSK) logistics vehicle (THC) Progress M-23M docked with the docking module Pirs of the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS).

New Space Station Supply Ship Arrives At The Orbital Outpost

Automatic docking operations were conducted under the supervision of the Russian members of the ISS crew and Mission Control Center specialists FSUE TsNIIMash.

Just six hours after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan April 9, the unpiloted Russian ISS Progress 55 cargo craft arrived at the International Space Station following a same-day journey to deliver almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies to the six-man Expedition 39 crew.

Excluding fuel to maintain orbit, equipment for retrofitting station , food, water and air for astronauts pilings with scientific equipment for experiments, space "truck" special cargo delivered into orbit within the " Ribbon of St. George." It is planned that on April 24, Russian cosmonauts aboard the ISS will join the activities to mark the celebration of the 69th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

International Space Station (ISS). Image Credit: NASA

List of goods delivered spacecraft "Progress M -23M " to the ISS

Overall fuel propulsion system (KDU)
880 kg

Fuel in the refueling system
700 kg

The gas in the cylinders of oxygen (LCA)
• oxygen;
• air
22 kg
26 kg

The water in the tanks of the "Spring"
420 kg

Delivered equipment in the cargo area :
1215 kg

SOGS - system for ensuring gas composition (C02 filter units, stacking with probozabornikami AK-1M)
9 kg

NWO - vodoobespecheiiya system (node ​​bacterial cleaning UBO, inset - trap block columns BKO purification capacity for CAV heater BRP-M separator, hose K-PP, adapter boost, EDV with decontamination solution)
90 kg

CDF - sanitary equipment (containers for solid waste MSW container with a preservative, water tanks EDV, liners and napkins ACS collector, M receivers, preservative and water dispenser, filter insert, blow dust collectors, CCD-M blocks sensors for water\urine alarm receiver, hoses, piping)
361 kg

SOP - a means of ensuring food (containers with food rations, a set of fresh food, napkins for NGN, means for recycling)
367 kg

SMO - means of medical support (funds sanitation and hygiene supplies, means of preventing adverse effects of weightlessness, funds health care, medical supervision and inspection, cleaning station and means controlling the purity of the atmosphere)
81 kg

PPE - personal protective equipment (underwear sets, blocks 825MZ)
20 kg

PBI - onboard measurement system (cable ON "Response")
0.5 kg

AIRCRAFT - motion control system and navigation (Device KIND34-020)
14 kg

TCS - thermal regulation system (removable cassette pylefiltra set removable condensate drain lines, fans MO-2M)
23 kg

STOR - System maintenance and repair (bags for containers, tool belt)
4 kg

Antenna-feeder devices MBRL (freight carrier unit TYY WAL6)
4 kg

Feeder device ECTS (AFAR module with a set of cables and adapter)53 kg

TOP COP - a set of tools for maintenance and repair (laying photometric target number 1)
1 kg

CSPE - crew support equipment (bortdokumentatsiya, sending the crew, video and photographic equipment)
16 kg

KTsN - set target loads (equipment for CE "Ehrose-R", Organic and biological research: TBE "Regeneration-1" , BTH - space biotechnology: TBE "Bioemulsiya" BB "Conjugation" TBE "Aryl" TBE Membrane  TECH - Technical studies and experiments: NA 'response')
27 kg

FGB - Functional Cargo Block (coolant system software)
4 kg

MIM- 2 - Mini Research Module number 2 (CPS - contaminant control system: control unit pressure and deposition BKDO)
9 kg

American goods (food, items for the crew: clothing, hygiene products, office supplies)
132 kg

The total mass of all delivered goods
2383 kg

The new Progress linked up to the Pirs Docking Compartment at the station where it will remain until late July, when it will undock and be deorbited to burn up in the Earth's atmosphere.

ROSCOSMOS Press Release: http://www.federalspace.ru/20435/

For more information about the International Space Station (ISS), visit: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html
 
Images, Video, Text, Credits: Roscosmos press service / NASA / NASA TV / Translation: Orbiter.ch Aerospace.

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