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Progress undocks from ISS
Posted: Thu, May 7, 2009, 7:08 AM ET (1108 GMT)
Progress M-66 undocks from ISS (NASA) A Progress spacecraft undocked from the ISS on Wednesday to make room for a new cargo spacecraft to be launched Thursday. The Progress M-66 spacecraft (called Progress 32 by NASA) undocked from the station at 11:18 am EDT (1518 GMT). The spacecraft will remain in orbit for two weeks to perform scientific research before reentering and burning up on May 18. A new Progress spacecraft is scheduled for launch Thursday afternoon carrying supplies for the station's three-person crew.
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