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Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft launch from Baikonur

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The Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft, launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome, successfully docked in automatic mode with the ISS 29 in May at 06: 16 Moscow time. The planned duration of the expedition will be 172 day. The astronauts will have to complete a rich scientific program from the 34 experiments.


Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft launch from Baikonur


26 May 2013. The rocket is taken out of the assembly and test complex and transported to the launch site in the Kazakh steppe on a special train at a speed of about 5 km / h. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



(Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



(Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Transportation "Union" on the launch pad of Baikonur, 26 May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



(Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Welcome to Baikonur, 25 May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Also read the article “Baikonur Cosmodrome and Star City”. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



The launch of the spacecraft took place from the launch pad No. 1 - the so-called “Gagarin Start”. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Raising the rocket to a vertical position on the launch pad, Baikonur, 26 May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



(Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



The new 36 / 37 expedition, like the previous 2013 of the year in March, traveled to the International Space Station in a “short” six-hour scheme. Before that, all manned Soyuz spacecraft flew to the ISS for two days. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



The main advantage of flying on the 6-hour scheme is that the crew of the spacecraft does not have time to feel weightlessness, because its effect on the body begins to affect approximately after 5 hours of flight. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



At the traditional press conference, Baikonur, 27 May 2013. Russian cosmonaut Fedor Yurchikhin (center), NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg (right) and European Space Agency astronaut Luka Parmitano went into orbit. Fedor Yurchikhin - the most experienced member of the team, this flight was for him the fourth. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Russian “know-how” - rocket blessing, Baikonur, 27 May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Go! The launch of the Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft from the Baikonur launch site, 29 in May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



Start took place from the site number XXUMX, or "Gagarinsky start." The Soyuz TMA-1М spacecraft docked with the ISS on May 09 on 29: 06 Moscow time in fully automatic mode. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):



The astronauts will have to do a lot of research and experimentation on the ISS, take video and photograph, meet space trucks of the Progress series and 6 once to go into outer space. Baikonur Cosmodrome, 29 May 2013. (Photo by NASA | Bill Ingalls):

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  1. omsbon
    omsbon 30 May 2013 09: 45 New
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    I am proud of our country and its space achievements! Photo is just class!
  2. datur
    datur 30 May 2013 13: 07 New
    0
    Well, that's normal news !!!!
  3. smsk
    smsk 30 May 2013 13: 27 New
    +1
    Every rabble flies, some women, pasta, Chinese, but they can’t send their Kazakhstani. It's a shame
  4. gribnik777
    gribnik777 30 May 2013 15: 57 New
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    Our achievements, why all NASA Photos | Bill ingalls?

    Russian know-how - consecration of a rocket


    And without ulcers - no way!
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  6. Partizzan
    Partizzan 30 May 2013 20: 22 New
    0
    I'll take it to the wallpaper.