[FPSPACE] video from tumbling Progress?

jameseoberg at comcast.net jameseoberg at comcast.net
Tue Apr 28 10:21:15 EDT 2015

When does the Progress 'lap' ISS and pass beneath it for possible dramatic crew visual observation? 

UPDATE (9:35 a.m. EDT = 1335 ut]): Russian flight controllers have continued to try and recover command capability with the ISS Progress 59 cargo craft this morning. The most recent ground pass started at 9:20 a.m. EDT and flight controllers reported no change in the issues with receiving telemetry data from the unmanned craft. The Russian flight control team attempted to command the vehicle over four orbits flying over Russian ground sites with no success. The next series of ground station passes is expected to resume late Tuesday evening. Teams are standing down on the Thursday docking attempt while Russian teams continue to analyze data and develop a troubleshooting plan going forward. 

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