Re: Imminent undocking of Progress M-14M

From: Robert Holdsworth (
Date: Thu Apr 19 2012 - 18:15:51 UTC

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    Unable to spot it in binoculars during a shadow exit pass around dawn with variable conditions.  ISS no problems peaking around -3.3 mag as predicted.
    Might still be too close to be distinguishable? plus the increasing background light.
    More good morning passes to come so looking forward to tomorrow with the potential for the ISS, the old Progress and (assuming a successful launch and not too much cloud)  the new Progress and rocket if cloud doesn't get in the way yet again.
    New Zealand
     From: Patrick Schmeer <>
    Sent: Thursday, 19 April 2012 11:37 PM
    Subject: Re: Imminent undocking of Progress M-14M
    Undocking occurred on time at 11:04 UTC.
    Progress M-14M will stay in orbit for 9
    more days until the deorbit burn on
    April 28 at 10:33 UTC.
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