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Soyuz TMA-17 Redocking to Take Place on May 12. / May 12, 2010 /

In line with the International Space Station mission plan, crew vehicle Soyuz TMA-17 is to be redocked from Zarya module to Zvezda docking port on May 12. Zarya’s port is to be occupied by new Russian module Rassvet scheduled to arrive to the ISS onboard US shuttle in mid May.
Soyuz TMA-17 is scheduled to departure from the Zarya’s nadir port at 17: 26 MSK (13:26 GMT). The operation is to be carried out by the Soyuz/ISS commander Oleg Kotov, assisted by his crew-mates. Autonomous mission of the crew vehicle is to last about 28 min.

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