Mission ISS-2P used a Progress-M1 spacecraft to deliver logistics and supplies to the International Space Station including items required for the outfitting of the Service Module. After remaining docked for approximately two weeks, the Progress-M1 was loaded with items to be disposed, undocked from the ISS, and commanded to perform a destructive reentry into the Earth's atmosphere.
Cargo Manifest Note: [numbers] = ISS SE (Subelement) numbers.
10 February 2001: Jonathan's Space Report No. 446 10 Feb 2001
"Progress M1-4 undocked from Zarya's nadir port at 1126 UTC on Feb 8. According to Chris van den Berg, it was deorbited over the Pacific and reentered at 1350 UTC the same day."
9 February 2001: Atlantis Docks with ISS
Space Shuttle Atlantis docked with the International Space Station this morning at 11:51 AM EST / 16.51 GMT. Preparations are underway for tomorrow's EVAs and the installation of the US Lab module onto the ISS. The Progress M1-4 spacecraft which had been docked to the ISS, was undocked yesterday and performed a destructive reentry over New Zealand yesterday. This was done to provide a clear path for Atlantis to dock. After Atlantis departs the Soyuz docked to the aft end of Zarya will be moved to the nadir port of the FGB to allow another Progress to dock. Future Shuttle missions will dock to the Destiny lab module allowing two Russian spacecraft (Progress or Soyuz) to be docked to the ISS at any given time.
17 November 2000: Progress M1-4 Cargo Vehicle Docks With ISS
The Progress M1-4 cargo spacecraft was docked manually to the ISS this evening after a short delay due to unacceptable image quality from the video camera on Progress. The Progress was supposed to dock automatically with ISS at 10:06 PM EST. As the Progress approached the ISS the TORU automated docking system failed to obtain contact with the ISS. The crew then used the KURS manual docking system to steer the Progress to the forward nadir (Earth-facing) docking port of the Service Module. Mission ISS-2P is delivering logistics and supplies to the International Space Station including items required for the outfitting of the Service Module. After remaining docked for approximately two weeks, the Progress-M1 will be loaded with items to be disposed, undocked from the ISS, and commanded to perform a destructive reentry into the Earth's atmosphere.
17 November 2000: Progress M1-4 Status Report 17 November 2000, RSC Energia
16 November 2000: Progress M1-4 launched to the ISS, RSC Energia
15 November 2000: Space Station Status Report #57 15 November 2000, NASA JSC
"While the occupants of the International Space Station (ISS) slept, a new resupply vehicle sped to the orbiting outpost, carrying supplies and hardware for the three residents on board.
Launch of the second Progress spacecraft to the ISS occurred at 8:33 p.m. EST (0133 GMT Nov. 16) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan."
14 November 2000: Photos of the transfer of Progress M1-4 and its launch vehicle to the launch site, RSC Energia
14 November 2000: Progress M1-4 Ready to Roll Out for 16 November Launch to the ISS
14 November 2000: Photos Showing the Processing of Progress M-43, RSC Energia