Russian Soyuz ISS Resupply Flight: Progress M21M (53-P).
Photo By: Roscosmos of M21M processing: CLICK photo for larger version and see below for links to watch the launch live.
A Russian Soyuz-U rocket dubbed ISS Progress 53-P is slated to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Pad-31, Launcher-6 (LC-31/6) on Monday, November 25th at 2053 UTC (1553 EST) to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) with supplies, hardware, fuel and water. ISS Progress 53-P is actually its designation through NASA & International Space Station (ISS) records; Roscosmos catalogs it as Progress-M21M.
This will be the first Progress launch with new upgraded KURS-NA navigation system. So for this mission the vehicle will not be on the new “Fast-Track” system of 4-orbit 6-hour launch to docking. Instead it will return to the 34 orbit rendezvous and docking protocol and will be docked to the Zvezda Module on November 29th, around 2230 UTC (1730 EST).
Roscosmos page for these photos: http://www.energia.ru/en/iss/iss38/progress_m-21m/photo_11-22.html