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Second docking effort for Russian spacecraft planned for Monday night


Second docking effort for Russian spacecraft planned for Monday night

                                                   
On Saturday, August 24, met with NASA’s International Space Station managers and international partners, as plans were to approve a second spectacular and docking effort for the unilateral Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft to be held on Monday August 26.

The same Soyuz’s initial docking effort was terminated, as Russian officials say, that the posk module docking port of the automatic resize system was a suspected problem.  A solid telemetry lock could not be achieved on that docking port through the dosing system.  The same unplugged Soyuz is currently orbiting a safe distance from the ISS to make all of its systems function normally.

 A second docking effort will be made for Soyuz at 10:12 pm on Monday night.  Central time, 11:12 am.  NASA TV coverage of the docking will begin at 9:30 pm on Monday night.Central time, 10:30 am.On 20 July and a manual docking for the Poisk module by Undock and Soyuz Commander Skovartsov for a 25-minute Soyuz relocation maneuver.The cursive suspect unit for Posk is not a factor of relocation maneuver by the unit component Skovartovsiev and his Soyuz crewmate.NASA TV coverage of NASA’s transfer will begin at 10 pm on Sunday night.Central time, 11 o’clock at night.Eastern Time. The time of the Sveuse MS-13 spacecraft from Zvezda is scheduled at 10:34 am.Central time, 11:34 am.  Eastern Time Central Time, 11:59 pm Eastern Time with a scheduled time at 10:59 pm Pusink. 

This will be the first Soyuz transfer since August 2015, when Gnady Padalka and Mikhail Kornienko of Roskosmos and Scott Kelly of NASA performed a similar operation.  Unplotted on Tuesday night after a four-week stay at the station, Soyuz’s docking SpaceX will preserve the Dragon Cargo Craft’s robot release, and the dragon will be dropped into the Pacific Ocean several hours later for a parachute-assisted splash.