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The launch vehicle was delivered to Baikonur.

https://twitter.com/roscosmos/status/1166694253575229440
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
« Reply #1 on: 08/28/2019 05:49 pm »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
« Reply #2 on: 08/29/2019 05:29 am »
Source for December 20 launch date:
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Progress MS-13 - December 20
https://tass.ru/kosmos/6063144
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
« Reply #4 on: 09/05/2019 01:00 pm »
"In the assembly and testing building of Baikonur, specialists from Roskosmos completed the mechanical assembly of the "package" (first and second stage blocks) of the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle for the launch of the cargo ship"

https://twitter.com/roscosmos/status/1169509792865558528

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
« Reply #5 on: 09/06/2019 01:29 pm »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress-MS 13 December 20, 2019
« Reply #6 on: 09/14/2019 09:37 am »
https://ria.ru/20190914/1558682475.html
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"The launch of the Progress MS-13 was moved forward from December 20 to December 6",  the agency’s interlocutor said, without specifying the reason for updating the program.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019
« Reply #7 on: 10/04/2019 11:09 am »
https://ria.ru/20191004/1559421972.html

New launch date probably Dec 1
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019
« Reply #8 on: 10/23/2019 08:38 pm »
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December 1, Sunday
6 a.m. – Coverage of the Launch of the International Space Station Progress 74 cargo craft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan; launch is scheduled at 6:29 a.m. EST Johnson Space Center via Baikonur, Kazakhstan (All Channels)

December 3, Tuesday
7:45 a.m. – Coverage of the Rendezvous and Docking of the 74 Cargo Craft to the International Space Station; docking scheduled at 8:41 a.m. EST (All Channels)

Progress MS-13 launch schedule at 11:29 UTC December 1, 2019;

Progress MS-13 docking to ISS schedule at 13:41 UTC December 3, 2019;
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December 1, Sunday
6 a.m. – Coverage of the Launch of the International Space Station Progress 74 cargo craft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan; launch is scheduled at 6:29 a.m. EST Johnson Space Center via Baikonur, Kazakhstan (All Channels)

December 3, Tuesday
7:45 a.m. – Coverage of the Rendezvous and Docking of the 74 Cargo Craft to the International Space Station; docking scheduled at 8:41 a.m. EST (All Channels)

Progress MS-13 launch schedule at 11:29 UTC December 1, 2019;

Progress MS-13 docking to ISS schedule at 13:41 UTC December 3, 2019;

Why the 2-day rendezvous?
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019 (11:29 UTC)
« Reply #10 on: 10/24/2019 07:12 am »
Ballistic conditions related to ISS orbit.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019 (11:29 UTC)
« Reply #13 on: 11/20/2019 08:10 am »
"Countdown-counter"

11 days .....

https://www.roscosmos.ru/25919/
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019 (11:29 UTC)
« Reply #14 on: 11/21/2019 08:16 am »
Progress MS-13 cargo vehicle received authorization to proceed with fueling.

https://www.energia.ru/en/iss/iss61/progress_ms-13/photo_11-19.html
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019 (11:29 UTC)
« Reply #15 on: 11/22/2019 12:49 pm »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 1, 2019 (11:29 UTC)
« Reply #16 on: 11/25/2019 06:50 am »
11/25/2019 09:58

Announcement

During the work at the Baikonur Cosmodrome to prepare for the launch of the Progress MS-13 cargo ship under the program of the 74th mission of the International Space Station supply, comments were revealed. At the moment, the remarks have been eliminated; all on-board systems are being checked.

The launch date of the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle with the Progress MS-13 cargo ship will be announced additionally.

https://www.roscosmos.ru/27788/
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #18 on: 11/25/2019 02:18 pm »
Further; cross-post:
https://www.roscosmos.ru/27792/
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Progress MS-13: launch date updated

During the pre-flight preparation of the Progress MS-13 cargo ship at the Baikonur cosmodrome, RSC Energia specialists identified a remark on the onboard cable. The mismatch was resolved after replacing the cable.
Due to the need for additional checks, the launch of the Progress MS-13 ship was postponed to December 6, 2019, at 12:34 Moscow time.
12:34 MST = 09:34 UTC
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Will the 2-day rendezvous be retained?
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #19 on: 11/25/2019 03:05 pm »
Further; cross-post:
https://www.roscosmos.ru/27792/
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Progress MS-13: launch date updated

During the pre-flight preparation of the Progress MS-13 cargo ship at the Baikonur cosmodrome, RSC Energia specialists identified a remark on the onboard cable. The mismatch was resolved after replacing the cable.
Due to the need for additional checks, the launch of the Progress MS-13 ship was postponed to December 6, 2019, at 12:34 Moscow time.
12:34 MST = 09:34 UTC
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Will the 2-day rendezvous be retained?

A quick check of where ISS will be at launch time and associated phasing angles indicates they *might* be able to do a fast-track rendezvous on the 6th.  Do not read this as a confirmation... just a "they might be able to" if crew wake/sleep times align and Dragon's arrival are all aligned just right.  The likely answer is no.  It will perform a 2-day rendezvous to avoid a Dragon/Progress overlap and give the crews time to work both vehicles.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #20 on: 11/25/2019 04:52 pm »
Will the 2-day rendezvous be retained?

Yes. Before moving from December 6 to December 1 two-orbit rendezvous was planned for Progress MS-13. But it needed ISS orbit correction on November 20 for providing ballistic conditions. The maneuver was not performed due to US request related to Boe-OFT ballistic conditions for December 17 launch. So it will be two-day rendezvous.

By the way, Progress MS-13 launch was moved from December 6 to December 1 due to US request related to SpX-19 docking on December 6. But then SpX-19 docking was moved to December 7. Why?

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #21 on: 11/26/2019 01:39 pm »
According to the NASA TV schedule from today, it will be a three-day rendezvous.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #22 on: 11/26/2019 02:36 pm »
According to the NASA TV schedule from today, it will be a three-day rendezvous

Yes, due to US request (again) for providing backup launch and docking dates for SpX-19.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #23 on: 11/27/2019 03:09 pm »
Nov. 27,
At Baikonur, preparations for the Progress MS-13 cargo ship for launch under the International Space Station program, scheduled for December 6, 2019 from the site of 31 cosmodromes, continue.

https://www.roscosmos.ru/27803/

https://www.energia.ru/en/news/news-2019/news_11-26_1.html
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #24 on: 11/27/2019 06:16 pm »
November 27, 2019
Progress МS-13: the docking date is assigned

"The docking of cargo transport vehicle Progress MS-13 to the International Space Station (ISS) which launch is scheduled for December 6, 2019 from Baikonur launch site is assigned for December 9.
Due to the fact that the launch of USOS logistics vehicle SpX-19 Dragon is slated for December 4, the docking is scheduled for December 7, and NASA proposed to foresee a reserve day on December 8, the Flight Management of the ISS Russian Segment made a decision to perform docking of Progress MS-13 on December 9 using a nominal three-day rendezvous profile. "

https://www.energia.ru/en/news/news-2019/news_11-27.html
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #25 on: 11/27/2019 06:36 pm »
please, what is the MS-13 serial number?

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #26 on: 11/27/2019 06:40 pm »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #28 on: 11/29/2019 05:01 pm »
Progress MS-13´s Soyuz 2.1a serial is I 15000-034, right?

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #29 on: 11/29/2019 05:11 pm »
Progress MS-13´s Soyuz 2.1a serial is I 15000-034, right?
H15000-034 (=N15000-034)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #30 on: 11/29/2019 08:54 pm »
Progress MS-13´s Soyuz 2.1a serial is I 15000-034, right?
H15000-034 (=N15000-034)

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #33 on: 12/02/2019 03:16 pm »
The assembly of the Soyuz-2.1a rocket has been completed.

https://www.roscosmos.ru/27819/

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #35 on: 12/03/2019 07:55 am »
Roll out

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #39 on: 12/03/2019 07:04 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-television-to-air-space-station-cargo-ship-launch-docking

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Dec. 3, 2019
MEDIA ADVISORY M19-131
NASA Television to Air Space Station Cargo Ship Launch, Docking

NASA Television will provide live coverage of the launch and docking of a Russian cargo spacecraft delivering almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies to the International Space Station beginning at 4:15 a.m. EST Friday, Dec. 6.

The Russian Progress 74 is scheduled to launch on a Soyuz rocket at 4:34 a.m. (2:34 p.m. Baikonur time) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

The spacecraft is expected to dock to the Pirs compartment on the station’s Russian segment at 5:38 a.m. Monday, Dec. 9. NASA TV coverage of rendezvous and docking will begin at 4:45 a.m.

Progress 74 will remain docked at the station for more than seven months, departing in July 2020 for its deorbit into the Earth’s atmosphere.

NASA and its partners have successfully supported humans living and working in space aboard the station for more than 19 years. The space station is facilitating the growth of a robust commercial market in low-Earth orbit for research, technology development, and crew and cargo transportation, and remains the sole space-based proving ground and stepping stone for achieving the goals of NASA’s Artemis program, which will land the first woman and next man on the Moon in 2024.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #42 on: 12/06/2019 07:28 am »
Broadcast start: 11:45 Moscow time (08.45 UTC)

http://online.roscosmos.ru/
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #44 on: 12/06/2019 07:47 am »
Roscosmos stream starting in two minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #45 on: 12/06/2019 07:49 am »
Webcast has started.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #46 on: 12/06/2019 07:50 am »
T-45 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #47 on: 12/06/2019 07:56 am »
Launch vehicle graphics.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #48 on: 12/06/2019 07:57 am »
Our guest today: fyodor yurchikhin

https://www.energia.ru/en/iss/iss36/yurchikhin.html

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #49 on: 12/06/2019 08:00 am »
T-34 minutes 30 seconds.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #50 on: 12/06/2019 08:02 am »
Animation showing cubesats being deployed.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #51 on: 12/06/2019 08:05 am »
Solar sail experiment.

T-30 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #52 on: 12/06/2019 08:08 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #53 on: 12/06/2019 08:10 am »
T-25 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #54 on: 12/06/2019 08:11 am »
NASA coverage starting in four minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #55 on: 12/06/2019 08:14 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #56 on: 12/06/2019 08:15 am »
T-20 minutes. Talking about cosmonaut food.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #57 on: 12/06/2019 08:17 am »
NASA coverage has started.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #58 on: 12/06/2019 08:19 am »
Temperature at Baïkonur 33°F
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #59 on: 12/06/2019 08:20 am »
T-15 minutes. NASA is getting a pretty poor picture.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #60 on: 12/06/2019 08:21 am »
Crew currently on ISS.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #61 on: 12/06/2019 08:23 am »
T-12 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #62 on: 12/06/2019 08:25 am »
T-10 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #63 on: 12/06/2019 08:26 am »
T-9 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #64 on: 12/06/2019 08:27 am »
T-8 minutes. Temperature of 0.6 C.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #65 on: 12/06/2019 08:28 am »
T-7 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #66 on: 12/06/2019 08:29 am »
T-6 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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T-5 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #68 on: 12/06/2019 08:32 am »
T-3 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #69 on: 12/06/2019 08:33 am »
T-2 minutes. NASA is about 30 seconds behind.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #70 on: 12/06/2019 08:33 am »
T-1 minute.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #71 on: 12/06/2019 08:35 am »
Liftoff!
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #73 on: 12/06/2019 08:36 am »
T+1 minute.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #75 on: 12/06/2019 08:37 am »
T+2 minutes. First stage separation.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #77 on: 12/06/2019 08:38 am »
T+3 minutes.

Fairing separation.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #78 on: 12/06/2019 08:39 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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T+4 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #80 on: 12/06/2019 08:40 am »
Second stage separation.

T+5 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #81 on: 12/06/2019 08:41 am »
T+6 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #82 on: 12/06/2019 08:41 am »
Liftoff 09:34:11.430 UTC

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #84 on: 12/06/2019 08:43 am »
T+8 minutes.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #85 on: 12/06/2019 08:44 am »
Third stage separation.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #87 on: 12/06/2019 08:45 am »
Solar arrays and antennas have deployed.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #89 on: 12/06/2019 08:45 am »
Russian MCC.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #90 on: 12/06/2019 08:46 am »
Telemetry camera view.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #91 on: 12/06/2019 08:47 am »
Roscosmos coverage has ended.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #92 on: 12/06/2019 08:50 am »
MCC Houston.

Upcoming Dragon and Progress coverage.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #97 on: 12/06/2019 02:03 pm »
12/06/2019 12:43

"Progress MS-13" in orbit of the Earth

On December 6, 2019 at 12:34:11 Moscow time, the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle with the Progress MS-13 cargo ship launched from the platform No. 31 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The regular disclosure of antennas and solar panels was recorded.

After separating the “truck” from the third stage of the carrier, the specialists of the Main Task Force for Flight Management of the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) began to manage its flight.

The approach of the Progress MS-13 cargo ship to the ISS and the approach to the Pirs docking bay are planned to be carried out automatically under the control of the MCC specialists and Russian crew members - Roscosmos cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Skrypochka. The docking is scheduled for December 9, 2019 at 13:38 Moscow time. The live broadcast will be available on the Roskosmos website in the Online Broadcasts section.

The spacecraft will deliver to the International Space Station fuel and gas reserves with a total mass of 700 kg, as well as 1,350 kg of various equipment and cargoes, including resource equipment for onboard control and life support systems, instruments for conducting scientific research experiments, sanitary and hygienic materials and medical control , 420 liters of water in the tanks of the Rodnik system and standard diets.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #98 on: 12/06/2019 02:09 pm »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #101 on: 12/06/2019 04:02 pm »
Does anyone know the weight of Progress MS-13?
7400 kg ?
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #103 on: 12/06/2019 09:05 pm »
Does anyone know the weight of Progress MS-13?
7400 kg ?

Usual estimate is between 7.2 and 7.4 tons.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #104 on: 12/08/2019 09:23 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #105 on: 12/09/2019 06:03 am »
My usual question. Are there any small satellites onboard?

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #107 on: 12/09/2019 08:47 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #108 on: 12/09/2019 08:50 am »
Kurs Automated rendezvous system activation and test complete
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #109 on: 12/09/2019 08:54 am »
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #110 on: 12/09/2019 08:57 am »
Wow, an Amazing view of the Earth !
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #111 on: 12/09/2019 09:01 am »
"GO for Docking" (after a MCC-H and MCC-M pool)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #112 on: 12/09/2019 09:07 am »
Progress docking camera activation
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #113 on: 12/09/2019 09:07 am »
TORU command link test.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #114 on: 12/09/2019 09:09 am »
1st view from ISS cam.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #115 on: 12/09/2019 09:10 am »
Flyaround in 10 mn.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #116 on: 12/09/2019 09:11 am »
1500 meter...
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #117 on: 12/09/2019 09:13 am »
1000 meter
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #118 on: 12/09/2019 09:15 am »
800 meter.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #119 on: 12/09/2019 09:17 am »
Flyaround in 3mn...
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #120 on: 12/09/2019 09:18 am »
500 meter.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #122 on: 12/09/2019 09:19 am »
Range: <400m, Flyaround mode start.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #123 on: 12/09/2019 09:22 am »
Cosmonauts report they have a visual on window number five.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #124 on: 12/09/2019 09:23 am »
Roll manoeuver.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #125 on: 12/09/2019 09:25 am »
Final approach.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #127 on: 12/09/2019 09:30 am »
SSVP docking system powerup.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #128 on: 12/09/2019 09:32 am »
30 meter.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #129 on: 12/09/2019 09:33 am »
20 meter.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #131 on: 12/09/2019 09:36 am »
CONTACT and CAPTURE at 10.35 UTC ! 
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #132 on: 12/09/2019 09:36 am »
Probe retraction.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #134 on: 12/09/2019 09:40 am »
Progress hooks Driving.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #135 on: 12/09/2019 09:41 am »
Progress hooks closed, Safe Docking Mode.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #137 on: 12/09/2019 09:43 am »
Now, 3 hours of leak check before openning the hatch.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #141 on: 12/09/2019 04:54 pm »
Does anyone know the weight of Progress MS-13?

7385.

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Are there any small satellites onboard?

No satellites.

In the webcast they showed an animation depicting Cubesat releases. Was it just highlighting the capability?

Also, I didn't get the details (or whether he was indeed talking about this particular Progress flight) but RKK Energya's Dr Beliaev appeared to be talking about a tether sampling system for ultra-low-orbit measurements around 120 km altitude? Is that something foreseen for MS-13's EOM free flight?
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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In the webcast they showed an animation depicting Cubesat releases. Was it just highlighting the capability?

Yes.

Also, I didn't get the details (or whether he was indeed talking about this particular Progress flight) but RKK Energya's Dr Beliaev appeared to be talking about a tether sampling system for ultra-low-orbit measurements around 120 km altitude? Is that something foreseen for MS-13's EOM free flight?

It was announced so by him, but we will see whether he meant this Progress or not.

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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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74 Progress (74P) Docking: Progress 74P performed a nominal automated rendezvous and docking to the DC1 port.  The automated rendezvous began at GMT 343/08:18:30.   Docking capture occurred at 10:35:11, Progress hooks were closed at ≈10:40:07.  At 13:29 the DC-1/vestibule hatch was opened and at 13:37 the 74P/vestibule hatch was opened.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
« Reply #145 on: 04/25/2020 06:44 pm »
Cross-post; my bold:
Setting the record straight on fastest launch-to-docking intervals:

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Anik: This is how sensations are born. The record for the "Progress" in the "MS-12" is 03:18:30. At the "MS-14" - 03:20:14. And if we talk about records “for all the time of manned flights,” “Cosmos-212” docked with “Cosmos-213” for 00:47:13, and “Gemini-11” with “Agena” - for 01:34:06 .
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Relatedly: are there plans to further shorten Progress free flight periods?

EDIT: Answering my own question through Anik's tweets (1253882288737312768) :

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Mark Garcia Posted on July 7, 2020

Russia’s Progress 74 (74P) resupply ship has been packed with trash and obsolete gear and is ready to end its seven-month stay at the orbiting lab. Cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner finalized the cargo transfers today before closing the 74P’s hatch and performing the standard spacecraft leak checks. The 74P will undock Wednesday at 2:23 p.m. EDT from the Pirs docking compartment and descend into Earth’s atmosphere over the South Pacific for a fiery disposal.

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/07/07/new-satellites-set-for-deployment-cargo-craft-ready-for-departure/

https://twitter.com/roscosmos/status/1280741819194671105

GT: The cargo ship # ProgressMS13 on Wednesday undocks from the International Space Station and will be flooded on Thursday night - https://roscosmos.ru/28780/

The undocking is scheduled for July 8 at 21:22 Moscow time, and at 01:05 Moscow time on July 9 it will enter the Earth’s atmosphere

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Progress MS-13 to reenter

After the nearly six-and-half-month flight, the Progress MS-13 cargo ship will depart the International Space Station, ISS, for a planned destructive reentry in the Earth's atmosphere during the night from July 8 to July 9, 2000, Moscow Time. According to Roskosmos, the vehicle will undock from the station on July 8, 2020, at 21:22 Moscow Time (2:22 p.m. EDT). Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner, members of the 63rd long-duration expedition aboard the ISS, prepared the vehicle for the undocking.

Once in the autonomous flight, the Russian mission control will command Progress MS-13 to fire its propulsion system against the direction of the flight on July 9, 2020, at 00:31:42 Moscow Time (5:31 p.m. EDT on July 8). The maneuver will last four minutes, resulting in the reentry of the spacecraft over a remote region of the Pacific Ocean at 01:05 Moscow Time on July 9 (6:05 p.m. EDT on July 8). Eight minutes later, any surviving debris of the spacecraft were projected to hit the surface of the ocean, around 1,800 kilometers east of New Zealand. In early July, the Russian authorities issued a warning to sea traffic to avoid two debris impact zones in the region which would be used during the primary and backup reentry attempts.

The departure of Progress MS-13 will free the nadir (Earth-facing) docking port on the SO1 Pirs Docking Compartment of the Russian ISS Segment for the arrival of the fresh Progress MS-15 cargo ship scheduled for launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome on July 23, 2020.
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Re: Soyuz 2.1a - Progress MS-13 - December 6, 2019 (09:34 UTC)
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https://www.roscosmos.ru/28785/

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"Progress MS-13" completed the flight

Today, on July 9, 2020, in accordance with the flight program of the International Space Station (ISS), the mission of the Progress MS-13 transport cargo vehicle was successfully completed. On Wednesday at 21:22 Moscow time, the ship was undocked with the station.

July 9 at 00:31 Moscow time, the propulsion system of the Progress MS-13 cargo ship was switched on for braking. Four minutes later, she completed work, and the ship continued to decline.

In accordance with the calculated data of the specialists of the TsNIImash Mission Control Center (part of Roscosmos State Corporation), at 01:05 Moscow time, the Progress MS-13 cargo ship entered the Earth’s atmosphere. The fall of non-combustible structural elements of the ship occurred in the non-navigable region of the Pacific Ocean, about 1,800 km southeast of the city of Wellington (New Zealand).

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