Mission ISS-3P used a Progress-M 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 a month or so, the Progress-M 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.
28 February 2001: RSC Energia Statement About the docking of the Progress M-44 logistics vehicle with the International Space Station
28 February 2001: Progress M-44 Docks with ISS
The Progress M-44 Cargo vehicle flying the ISS-3P mission docked with the ISS today at 4:50 AM EST /09.50 GMT. The spacecraft docked with the aft docking port of the Service Module. Unpacking is to begin this morning. This Progress carries various supplies needed for the Expedition 2 Crew who are due to be launched on the STS-102 mission
26 February 2001: Progress M-44 Cargo Vehicle Launched to ISS, RSC Energia
"At 11:09:35 Moscow Time the Progress M-44 transport cargo vehicle was launched to a near-earth orbit within the implementation of the Russian commitments under the
International Space Station (ISS) program."
24 February 2001:
SS Crew Moves Soyuz to New Docking Port
The Expedition One crew of the ISS moved their Soyuz TM-31 spacecraft from the aft port of the Service Module Zvezda to the nadir (Earth-facing) port of the FGB Zarya on Saturday so as to make room for a new supply ship, Progress M-44, which will be launched on the SS-3P mission on Monday. Progress M-44 will dock with the aft port of the Zvezda on Wednesday. Progress M-44 carries supplies for the Expedition Two crew, which will be launched on Shuttle Discovery in March on STS-102/ISS 5A.1.
21 February 2001: Expedition One Crew Plans Soyuz Shuffle Early Saturday, NASA
14 February 2001: Photo Report: Final Progress M-44 Cargo Transport Vehicle processing operations at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, RSC Energia