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Crew moved Russian Soyuz spacecraft to different port.


The Soyuz rocket successfully docked the MS-13 spacecraft with three expedition 60 members, for the space station's Poisk module.Transfer to MS-13 spacecraft was done at 11:59 pm, successful transfer!  At 11:59 pm ET, the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft docked the Poisk module from Space_Station, and a second docking effort was carried out on Monday night.  

The crew of Alexander Skovartsov of Roscosmos, Luca Permitano of ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA's Andrew Morgan from the aft port of the station's Zvezda module are then unloaded at 11:35 pm. 

Skvortsov flew on the spacecraft from a distance of about 124 feet (38 m) from the space dock.  The move freed the port for an undisclosed Soyuz MS-14, which is currently on a secure documentary above and behind the space station, a second docking attempt was made on Monday night to execute on the Zvezda port  , And the so-called KURS automated approximation system has been tested.  And the correct work is in order.

NASA TV coverage of docking began at 10:30 pm Monday night, with a docking schedule at 11:12 pm.The Baikonur Cosmodrome was launched from Kazakhstan on August 21, Wednesday, and the Sonaise was launched with a modified Soyuz booster rocket.

This Expedition will deliver 1,450 pounds of cargo to the 60's crew.  z The last transfer of the Soyuz The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft was flown in August 2015, it was the last transfer of the Soyuz, and the same operation by Roskosmos and Mikhail Kourinko and NASA's Scott Kelly.

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