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Progress M1 / ISS
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Class: Manned. Type: Logistics. Nation: Russia.

Progress M1 was a modified version of the Progress M resupply spacecraft capable of delivering more propellant than the basic model to the ISS or Mir. A Russian funded component of the ISS programme, the Progress M1 can carry a maximum total of 2230 kg of cargo, of which a maximum of 1950 kg can be propellant and a maximum of 1800 kg in equipment or supplies.


Specification

Total Mass: 7,150 kg. Total Payload: 2,230 kg.


Progress M1 Chronology


01 February 2000 Progress M1-1 Program: Mir. Launch Site: Baikonur . Launch Vehicle: Soyuz 11A511U. Duration: 85.53 days.

Progress M1 is a modification of the Progress M for the International Space Station. The first such spacecraft was diverted to raise the orbit of Mir. It docked with the unoccupied Mir space station on February 3 at 0802:20 GMT. Burns of its motor to raise Mir's orbit began on February 5 and continued through February 9. Progress M1-1 undocked at 16:33 GMT on April 26 to clear the docking port for Progress M1-2. It was deorbited over the Pacific at 19:27 GMT the same day.


25 April 2000 Progress M1-2 Program: Mir. Launch Site: Baikonur . Launch Vehicle: Soyuz 11A511U.

Progress M1-2 docked with the rear Kvant port of Mir at 2128 GMT on April 27. Mir's orbit was raised on April 29 in the first of a series of three burns by Progress M1-2. It later undocked and was deorbited over the Pacific on 15 October.


06 August 2000 Progress M1-3 Program: ISS. Launch Site: Baikonur . Launch Vehicle: Soyuz 11A511U.

Progress M1-3 automatically docked with the International Space Station on August 8 at 20:13 GMT at the rear Zvezda port. The supply ship began refuelling of the station a few days later. It remained attached for offloading of its dry cargo by the STS-106 crew. It later separated and was deorbited over the Pacific on 1 November.



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