[FPSPACE] ISS: air today, gone tomorrow?

David Anderman davida@cwo.com
Tue, 6 Jan 2004 08:19:18 -0800 (PST)

Chris Jones says:

"The next Progress, which already wasn't going to
be able to carry any research equipment because of the need to get
spares up there, now won't be carrying a new Major Components Analyzer
as planned, due to the need for a part for the Elektron."

How do you know that the next Progress isn't going to carry any research
equipment, do you have a cargo manifest? My understanding was that about
100 kg of US science equipment was to be carried on Progress 13P.