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Soyuz-U/Progress M-MRM2 Erected on the Launch Pad. / November 9, 2009 /

Prelaunch operations with Soyuz-U/Progress M-MRM2 continue at Baikonur.
This morning the stack was rolled-out from the integration and facility 112 and delivered to launch pad 1.
At 9 am the teams were ready to begin general tests.

Mini-research module MRM2 (Poisk) will become the forth module of the ISS Russian segment. The module is intended for scientific experiments. In addition, it will provided additional docking port and EVA airlock.
Poisk is to be launched on Nov. 10, at 17.22 Moscow time.

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