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Cargo spacecraft "Progress M-29"


BRIEFLY ABOUT CARGO
Registration number 1995-053A / 23678
Time and date of launch (UTC) 18h.50m.    October 08, 1995
Launch site Baikonur, LC 1
Launch vehicle Soyuz U
Mass (kg) 7250
Orbital parameters:
   - inclination (degrees) 51.6
   - period (minutes) 88.6
   - perigee (km) 197
   - apogee (km) 242
Time and date of entry ignition (UTC) 15h.26m.    December 19, 1995
Duration 71d.20h.
Distance (km)
Number of revolutions around Earth 1121
Summary Delivery of cargo to the orbital station "Mir"  



TIMELINE
Date Time (UTC) Spaceship's revo-
lution number
Station's revo-
lution number
Explanation
Oct 08, 1995 18:50:40 1 Mir:55066 Lift-off cargo "Progress M-29" .
Oct 10, 1995 20:32:39 34 Mir:55099 Docking of "Progress M-29"   to module "Kvant"   of orbital complex "Mir"   - "Soyuz-TM22" .
Oct 20, 1995 11:50
Mir:55249 Beginning of the 1st [of 3] PE-20 EVA ( Avdeyev,   Reiter ); station "Mir" .
Oct 20, 1995 13:53:00 1
Lift-off Shuttle, mission "STS-73"   (crew: Bowersox,   Rominger,   Coleman,   Lopez-Alegria,   Thornton,   Leslie,   Sacco ).
Oct 20, 1995 17:06
Mir:55252 Ending of EVA ( Avdeyev,   Reiter ), duration 5:16; station "Mir" .
Nov 05, 1995 10:46:40 255
Deorbit burn of Shuttle, mission "STS-73"   (crew: Bowersox,   Rominger,   Coleman,   Lopez-Alegria,   Thornton,   Leslie,   Sacco ).
Nov 05, 1995 11:46:16 256
Landing of Shuttle, mission "STS-73"   (crew: Bowersox,   Rominger,   Coleman,   Lopez-Alegria,   Thornton,   Leslie,   Sacco ).
Nov 12, 1995 12:30:43 1 Mir:55608 Lift-off Shuttle, mission "STS-74"   (crew: Cameron,   Halsell,   Hadfield,   Ross,   McArthur ).
Nov 14, 1995 07:16:53 29 Mir:55636 Berthing of delivered by Shuttle additional Russian Docking Module to docking unite of Atlantis.
Nov 15, 1995 06:27:38 44 Mir:55651 Docking of "STS-74"   mission spacecraft (crew: Cameron,   Halsell,   Hadfield,   Ross,   McArthur ) to module "Kristall"   (oriented along axis -Z) of orbital complex "Mir"   - "Soyuz-TM22"   - "Progress M-29" .
Nov 18, 1995 08:15:44 92 Mir:55699 Undocking of "STS-74"   mission spacecraft (crew: Cameron,   Halsell,   Hadfield,   Ross,   McArthur ) from Docking Module of "Kristall"   (oriented along axis -Z) of orbital complex "Mir"   - "Soyuz-TM22"   - "Progress M-29" .
Nov 20, 1995 15:58:43 129 Mir:55735 Deorbit burn of Shuttle, mission "STS-74"   (crew: Cameron,   Halsell,   Hadfield,   Ross,   McArthur ).
Nov 20, 1995 17:02:25 129 Mir:55736 Landing of Shuttle, mission "STS-74"   (crew: Cameron,   Halsell,   Hadfield,   Ross,   McArthur ).
Dec 08, 1995 19:23:30
Mir:56018 Beginning of the 2nd [of 3] PE-20 EVA ( Gidzenko,   Avdeyev ); removing of docking cone from hatch -Z to +Z; station "Mir" .
Dec 08, 1995 19:52
Mir:56018 Ending of EVA ( Gidzenko,   Avdeyev ), duration 0:29; station "Mir" .
Dec 18, 1995 14:31:35 1 Mir:56171 Lift-off cargo "Progress M-30" .
Dec 19, 1995 09:15:05 1118 Mir:56183 Undocking of "Progress M-29"   from module "Kvant"   of orbital complex "Mir"   - "Soyuz-TM22" .
Dec 19, 1995 15:26:00 1122 Mir:56187 Deorbit burn of "Progress M-29" .
Dec 19, 1995 16:15 1122 Mir:56187 End of existence of "Progress M-29" .

Sources:
  Mission Control Center (TsUP) from 2007
  Alexander Zheleznyakov
  Spaceflight now
  journal "Novosti Kosmonavtiki" ("News of Cosmonautics") from 1993 till our time
  journal "Kosmonavtika, astronomiya" ("Cosmonautics, astronomy") 1983-1991 years
  book "Evolution of vehicle-creating and cosmonautics in the USSR" by Valentin P. Glushko, Moscow, 1987
  Jonathan's Space Report
  and many other people and editions
  


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