Soyuz ISS Resupply Flight: Progress 57-P (M-25M)


Image Credit & Copyright: Roscosmos. Look below for mission information and links to see the launch live.

LAUNCH ALERT!!! A Russian Soyuz 2-1a rocket dubbed ISS Progress 57-P (57P) is slated to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Pad-31, Launcher-6 (LC-31/6) on Wednesday, October 29th at 07:08 UTC (03:08 EDT) to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) with supplies, hardware, fuel and water. ISS Progress 57-P is actually its designation through NASA & International Space Station (ISS) records; Roscosmos catalogs it as Progress M-25M.

Progress 57-P/M-25M will be on the “Fast-Track” system of the 4 or 5-orbit, 6-hour launch to docking at the ISS. Upon arrival to the ISS it will be docking with the Pirs docking compartment which should take place at approximately 12:30 UTC (08:30 EST).

This will be the maiden flight of the Soyuz 2-1a rocket.

*Launch coverage of Progress 57-P/M-25M begins at 06:45 UTC (02:45 EDT) on Wednesday, October 29th. STREAM LIVE: NASA TV:

NASA TV Ustream:


Roscosmos M25M photos:

NASA M-25M/Progress 57P Mission info:

Spaceflight 101 data on Progress M-25M:

Russian Space Web Progress M-25M:

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