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The new module launched to the ISS.
On November 10, 2009 a "Soyuz-U” rocket-carrier blasted off from Baykonur Cosmodrome at 14:22 UTC.
The rocket orbited the "MIM 2” research module also named as "Poisk”.
The "Poisk”, which means "search" or "explore" in Russian, was attached to the service module of a Russian Progress unmanned supply spacecraft, providing electrical power and propulsion for the module during its two-day journey to the space station.
The new module is the first major Russian addition to the ISS since the nearly identical "Pirs” module was launched in 2001. The "Pirs” is located on Zvezda's Earth-facing port, directly across from the future home of the "Poisk” ... Read more »
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SoyuzTMA-14/ISS flown covers.

In October 2009 during the changing of Expeditions 20 and 21, the cosmonauts postmarked several dozens covers aboard the station. A number of covers were cancelled on October 05, 2009. These covers were delivered from the ISS to Earth by the Russian SoyuzTMA-14 spacecraft.

Category: Space Mail | Looking through: 1145 | Date: 08.11.2009 | Rating: 5.0/1

One more example of ATV flown covers.

 
In according to the agreement between Russian Space Agency and ESA (European Space Agency), the Russian members of Expedition 17, cosmonauts Sergey Volkov and Oleg Kononenko marked 25 ATV covers with the ISS octagonal board seal and autographed them. There were the covers numbered from 0001 till 0025. More information about the ATV flown covers see at http://www.astrophil.ucoz.ru/news/atv_flown_covers/2009-09-24-52
 
Category: Space Mail | Looking through: 1348 | Date: 08.11.2009 | Rating: 5.0/3

For collections on space thematic.
 

In September 2009 Russian Post issues a cover (postal stationery) devoted to the 50th anniversary of the launch of the "Luna-2” automatic interplanetary space vehicle. The launch was performed on September 12, 1959. ... Read more »
Category: For Collectors on Space Thematic | Looking through: 1114 | Date: 08.11.2009 | Rating: 5.0/1

Two European satellites were launched from Plesetsk.

On November 02, 2009 at 01:50 UTC a “Rokot” rocket-carrier with two European satellites was successfully launched from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northwest Russia. ... Read more »

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HTV - mission completed.

On October 30, 2009 H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-1) Japanese unmanned supply spacecraft left the ISS. American astronaut Nicole Stott separated off the HTV-1 from the station by using Canadarm-2 robotic arm.

On November 01, 2009 at ... Read more »

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The Ariane 5 rocket launch.

On October 29, 2009 at 20:00 UTC the Ariane 5 rocket was launched from the Guiana Space ... Read more »

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The first test launch of Ares-1-X rocket.

On October, 28 at 15:30 UTC the first test launch of Ares-1-X rocket was performed from a former shuttle launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.

The flight was followed by the separation of the booster and the upper stage over the Pacific Ocean ... Read more »

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A new global weather observatory is in orbit.

On October 18, 2009 at 16:12 UTC an Atlas 5 rocket-carrier with the DMSP Block 5D-3 F-18 satellite aboard was launched from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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Progress M-03M docked with the ISS.

On October 18, 2009 at 01:41 UTC the Russian Progress M-03M unmanned supply spacecraft docked with the ISS. The spacecraft delivered more than 2400 kg of cargo to the station, including propellant, oxygen, food, scientific equipment, crew parcels.

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