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The RS-20 ballistic missile orbited 6 satellites

Conversional intercontinental ballistic missile RS-20 successfully lifted off from Baikonur`s pad 109 (experimental underground launch pad), on July 29, at 22:46. RS-20 orbited 6 spacecraft for foreign customers:

  • remote sensing DubaiSat-1 (UAE)- 190kg;
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STS-127 landing

On July 31, 2009 Space Shuttle Endeavour touched down on landing Runway 15 of the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center ... Read more »

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Progress M-67 docked to the ISS

On July 29, 2009 the Russian Progress M-67 unmanned supply spacecraft docked to the International Space Station. The space vehicle delivered 2.5t of nominal cargo, like food, propellant, air., etc. as well as the letters addressed to the ISS crew members.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour Undocks from Station.
On July 28, 2009 Space shuttle Endeavour undocked from the International Space Station at 17.26 UTC.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Astronaut Koichi Wakata will be returning home on Endeav ... Read more »
Looking through: 1577 | Date: 28.07.2009 | Rating: 5.0/1

STS-127 / ISS, the 5th EVA.
On July 27, 2009 astronauts T.Marshburn and C.Cassidy conducted a 4-hour, 54-minute spacewalk and completed the mission’s work on the outside of the Japanese Kibo laboratory.
The pair installed video cameras on the front and back of the new Japanese Exposed Facili ... Read more »
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STS-127 / ISS, the 4th EVA.

On July 24, 2009 astronauts C.Cassidy and T.Marshburn finished replacing batteries on the International Space Station’s oldest solar arrays during a 7-hour, 12-minute spacewalk – the fourth of five planned during space shuttle Endeavour’s STS-127 mission.
They installed four of six new batteries for the P6 Truss structure, where a pair of solar array wings collects sunlight for power generation. They stored four more of the old batteries onto a cargo carrier for return to Earth.
Inside the complex, Tim Kopra choreographed the activities.
specialists Koichi Wakata an ... Read more »

Looking through: 1835 | Date: 26.07.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0

ProgressM-67 Launch
On July 24, 2009 at 10.56 UTC the "ProgressM-67" unmanned supply spacecraft was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome.
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STS-127 / ISS, the 3rd EVA.

On July 22, 2009 mission specialists D.Wolf and C.Cassidy began the STS-127 mission’s third spacewalk at 14.32 UTC and ended it at 20.31 UTC when Cassidy’s CO2 levels increased more than expected as the two were in the midst of installing six new batteries used to absorb solar energy for electricity production when the station is not in sunlight. They completed two battery installations before ending the spacewalk. The remainder will be installed during the fourth spacewalk Friday.

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Looking through: 1636 | Date: 23.07.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0

Kosmos-3M Successfully Launches Two Russian Satellites

The Kosmos-3M launcher with a Russian military satellite and the "Sterkh" satellite was launched on July 21, 2009 at 03.57 UTC from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in ... Read more »
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STS-127 / ISS, the 2nd EVA.
On July 20, 2009 astronauts D.Wolf and T.Marshburn performed a spaccewalk. The EVA lasted 6 hours and 53 minutes.
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