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The Progress -02M/33P supply ship will carry out docking tests with the ISS on the 12th July, 2009.

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On June 30, 18: 27 GMT, the Progress -02/33P cargo ship will undock from the international space station. The event will be observable from East Siberia and the Far East. During the first weeks of July, the cargo ship will be in autonomous flight, positioned close to the orbiting station. On July 12 a spaceship rendezvous with the station will be carried out, this manoeuvre is to test the docking procedure.

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The modified Progress -02/33P unmanned cargoship is scheduled to undock from the International Space Station (ISS) on the 30th June and be deorbited over the Pacific ocean.
The Progress craft docked with the ISS on May 13.

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An unmanned Russian resupply ship has docked successfully with the International Space Station.
The Progress 33 vehicle hooked up with the station's Pirs compartment at 3:24 p.m. EDT, more than 200 miles above the China/Mongolia border.

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Update:
A Soyuz-U SL-4 Rocket Body re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 10th May, 2009 @ 20:10 GMT  ± 1 minute.

Inclination:    51.63°
Revolution Number:    52
Predicted Location:     50° N, 40° E

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A Soyuz-U SL-4 Rocket Body that was launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, on the 7th May, 2009, for the Progress M-02M/33P mission, is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 11th May, 2009 @ 01:06 GMT  ± 24 hours.

Period:          88.26
Inclination:    51.63°
Apogee:        202
Perigee:        174
Revolution Number:    55
Predicted Location:     11.6° S, 81.3° E

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A Russian cargo space craft in the Progress family lifted off from the Baikonur space centre in Kazakhstan at 22:37 Moscow Daylight Saving Time /18:37 GMT/ Thursday with a consignment of cargoes and presents for the crew of the International Space Station.

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According to our information that coincides completely with the information of the emergencies department in the Altai Territory, a certain metallic piece - one meter long, 32 centimetres wide and five centimetres thick - was truly found, however, not on the roof of a residential house, but in the yard of a private house of resident from the village of Baranovka Antonov.
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A part of a Russian booster rocket used to deliver a spacecraft into orbit has fallen on the roof of a two-storey home in Russias Altai Region, in South Siberia, the ITAR-TASS news agency reported on Friday quoting a source in the local directorate of the Emergencies Ministry.
The Progress-M-02M is expected to dock with the ISS on May 12 at 23:23 Moscow Time.

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TLE Data
SL-4 RB
1 34906U 09024B 09128.19823771 .02070438 12051-4 56153-3 0 31
2 34906 051.6162 152.5057 0025945 083.7348 276.6601 16.26321543 87


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TLE Data
PROGRESS-M 02M
1 34905U 09024A 09128.21495693 -.00003761 11892-4 00000+0 0 33
2 34905 051.6144 152.3901 0048533 092.1178 359.4825 16.19939679 79


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