Progress MS-22 cargo ship flying to the ISS entered orbit

The Soyuz-2.1a rocket launched the Progress MS-22 cargo spacecraft into low-Earth orbit, which will then itself fly to the International Space Station (ISS). This became known from the launch broadcast on the Roscosmos website.

The Soyuz launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 9:15 Moscow time. Progress, according to RIA Novosti, will have to fly around the Earth 34 times before the ship can dock with the ISS. This is expected to happen at 11:47 on February 11th.

Progress MS-22 will deliver over 2.5 tons of cargo to the station, including dry cargo for the crew, 720 kilograms of fuel and 420 liters of drinking water.

Earlier, Parlamentskaya Gazeta wrote that, according to Russian test cosmonaut Anna Kikina, while on the International Space Station, Relax FM music is an indispensable support for her.

The only female cosmonaut in active service in Roscosmos emphasized that all cosmonauts listen to music, each of them has their own tastes.

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• The damaged Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft will be lowered beyond the Earth without a crew • Roskosmos plans to build two new satellite manufacturing plants • Russia has applied to continue the operation of the ISS until 2028


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