Progress 33 launch 7th of May 2009

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Zipi

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Ridiculous amount of info about this mission can be found from:

http://www.orbiter-forum.com/showthread.php?t=8144

NASA Station page says that the launch will be 2:37pm, but I don't know about the time zone they are using. However it is 18:37 UTC.

There should be streaming video:

High quality: http://www.vesti.ru/video1.asx?vid=onair
Low quality: http://www.vesti.ru/video1.asx?vid=onair_low

But so far I haven't been able to open those links...

[EDIT] Above live links are working if you copy&paste those to your media player. For example in Windows Media Player click "File" -> "Open URL" and paste the address. The stream seems to be pretty good quality one. :D [/EDIT]
 
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"Progress 33" is actually the NASA designation, referring to the 33rd Progress flight to the ISS.

It's actual designation is Progress M-2M, the second flight of the M-M variant. The mission will take longer to reach the ISS than normal, as it will be carrying out some development tests first. This is the 121st Progress mission overal.

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