In the Pacific Ocean, the Progress-MS-06 spacecraft

The incombustible fragments of cargo spacecraft Progress MS-06, undocked from the International Space Station at 4.03 Moscow time on December 28, fell in the non-navigable Pacific region.

According to the calculated data, the ship entered the dense layers of the atmosphere, where the destruction of the structure occurred, and its incombustible fragments fell in the given area of ​​the Pacific Ocean.

“Progress MS-06” docked to the ISS in an automatic mode on June 16, 2017. In addition to the standard cargoes – fuel for the refueling system, compressed gases, water, medical supplies, personal protection, sanitary equipment, on-board documentation, consumables and equipment for experiments and containers with food rations, the ship delivered to the ISS the nanosatellites prepared by specialists Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia together with students and young scientists of the South-Western State University (YuSU, Kursk). The devices were launched by Russian cosmonauts Fedor Yurchikhin and Sergei Ryazansky during the spacewalk on August 17.