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ISS Progress 38 Docking
07.07.10
ISS Progress 38
ISS024-E-007206 (2 July 2010) --- The unpiloted ISS Progress 38 resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. The attempted docking on July 2, 2010, was aborted when telemetry between the Progress and the space station was lost about 25 minutes before its planned docking. As a result, the Progress vehicle continued on its trajectory and glided past the space station. Later, the Progress successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.

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ISS024-E-007201 (2 July 2010) --- The unpiloted ISS Progress 38 resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. The attempted docking on July 2, 2010, was aborted when telemetry between the Progress and the space station was lost about 25 minutes before its planned docking. As a result, the Progress vehicle continued on its trajectory and glided past the space station. Later, the Progress successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007212 (4 July 2010) --- An unpiloted ISS Progress resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. After an aborted docking on July 2, Progress 38 successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007214 (4 July 2010) --- An unpiloted ISS Progress resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. After an aborted docking on July 2, Progress 38 successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007259 (2 July 2010) --- Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (foreground) and Mikhail Kornienko, Expedition 24 commander and flight engineer, respectively, monitor data at the manual TORU docking system controls in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station during the approach of the ISS Progress 38 supply vehicle. The attempted docking on July 2, 2010, was aborted when telemetry between the Progress and the space station was lost about 25 minutes before its planned docking. As a result, the Progress vehicle continued on its trajectory and glided past the space station. Later, the Progress successfully docked to Zvezda’s aft end at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007261 (2 July 2010) --- Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (foreground) and Mikhail Kornienko, Expedition 24 commander and flight engineer, respectively, monitor data at the manual TORU docking system controls in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station during the approach of the ISS Progress 38 supply vehicle. The attempted docking on July 2, 2010, was aborted when telemetry between the Progress and the space station was lost about 25 minutes before its planned docking. As a result, the Progress vehicle continued on its trajectory and glided past the space station. Later, the Progress successfully docked to Zvezda’s aft end at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007263 (2 July 2010) --- Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (background) and Mikhail Kornienko, Expedition 24 commander and flight engineer, respectively, monitor data at the manual TORU docking system controls in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station during the approach of the ISS Progress 38 supply vehicle. The attempted docking on July 2, 2010, was aborted when telemetry between the Progress and the space station was lost about 25 minutes before its planned docking. As a result, the Progress vehicle continued on its trajectory and glided past the space station. Later, the Progress successfully docked to Zvezda’s aft end at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007399 (4 July 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, Expedition 24 commander, monitors data at the manual TORU docking system controls in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station during the approach of the ISS Progress 38 supply vehicle bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. After an aborted docking on July 2, Progress 38 successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.



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ISS024-E-007404 (4 July 2010) --- An unpiloted ISS Progress resupply vehicle approaches the International Space Station, bringing almost two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, propellant and supplies for the Expedition 24 crew members aboard the station. After an aborted docking on July 2, Progress 38 successfully docked to the aft end of the Zvezda Service Module at 12:17 p.m. (EDT) on July 4, 2010. The docking was executed flawlessly by Progress’ Kurs automated rendezvous system.