- Russia on Sunday from the Baikonur cosmodrome send an unmanned craft to the International Space Station. On board are 2400 kilos of food, fuel and privépost. The space freighter is expected Wednesday night docking at the 'outer branch 'of mankind.
Currently staying there three Russians, two Americans and one Japanese on the ISS, which rotates at about 400 kilometers above the Earth. They can look forward according to a spokesman for fresh supplies, including apples and jam. Also, oxygen, water and scientific equipment along the way. It is planned that on Monday you have a stock to the permanent space base. US private company SpaceX provides transport.