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ISS crew prepares for redocking. / January 20, 2010 /

In line with the International Space Station mission program, Soyuz TMA-16 crew vehicle is to be transferred from Zvezda module to the Poisk docking port. The operation is to take place on Jan. 21.

Soyuz departure is scheduled for 13:03 Moscow time (10:03 GMT). The vehicle will be controlled by Maxim Suraev, assisted by Jeff Williams. Soyuz TMA-16 autonomous mission will last about 22 min.

The vacant port of the Zvezda instrumentation compartment will be occupied by Progress M-04M which is to begin its flight on Feb. 3.

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