"Roscosmos" the flood "Progress" with the waste of the ISS crew

Cargo ship "Progress MS-13" will depart from the International space station on 8 July and several hours later will be reduced from low-earth orbit, told RIA Novosti the representative of the press service of the Roscosmos.

The ship "Progress MS-13" with goods arrived on the ISS in December 2019. The crew unloaded it and filled with debris.

"The undocking of the ship "Progress MS-13" from the module Pirs of the ISS Russian segment is planned for 8 July in 21.22 MSK", - said the representative of the press service of the Roscosmos.

According to him, July 9, 0.31 MSK ship will enable your engine to brake for the information of the orbit.

"According to the calculations, 1.05 MSK "Progress MS-13" will enter the atmosphere and 1.07 GMT will commence its destruction," - said the Agency interlocutor.

Expected, as he noted that fireproof elements of the ship will fall in the South Pacific ocean in 1.13 MSK is about 1 810 km East of the capital of New Zealand, Wellington.

In April, the chief of ballistics of Rocket-space Corporation "Energy" Rafail Murtazin said that on the "Progress MS-13." after leaving the ISS to work out the elements of a two-hour super-fast (single-turn) scheme of delivery of crews to the station.

Currently, manned spacecraft Soyuz crews fly to the ISS on a six-hour fast (chetyrehvalkovoj) scheme. On the four ships "Progress" has been tested ultra-fast three-hour (double) scheme of the flight to the station.

Now fly to the ISS, Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and John Wagner, as well as American astronaut Christopher Cassidy, Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken.