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Soyuz-U Rocket with Progress M-21M Successfully Launches. / November 28, 2013 /

On 26 November at 00:53 Moscow Time, the Soyuz-U rocket carrying the Progress M-21M cargo ship was successfully launched from Site 31 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
At the estimated time, Progress M-21M separated successfully from the third stage of the rocket in orbit round the Earth.
The rendezvous of Progress M-21M with the International Space Station is scheduled for 30 November.
Progress M-21M developed and built by S.P Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation „ENERGIA“ will deliver propellant, oxygen, experiments, medical supplies, food, and water for the crewmembers to the ISS.
For the first time, during the cargo ship trip to the ISS, the new KURS-NA navigation system will be used.

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