Re: Progress undocking/docking

From: Jonathan T Wojack (tlj18@juno.com)
Date: Wed Aug 22 2001 - 12:39:45 PDT

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    > Progress M1-6 AKA ISS-4P will be deorbited as usually ov er southern
    > Pacific.
    > No docking port is available for docking, because other not used yet 
    > is
    > reserved for Docking Compartment-1 (Russian) AKA Stykovochnyi 
    > otsek-1
    > AKA Pirs (=Pier) (to be launched Sept. 15 on Soyuz-U with propulsion
    > unit of Progress-type transporter for maneuvering in space, for
    > rendezvous, and docking).
    
    So, would I be correct in assuming that two "Russian" docking ports are
    currently "available" - the one being used by the Soyuz, and the other
    one being using by Progress 4/5 ?
    
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