This morning, ATV Johannes Kepler boosted the Station’s orbit, which was about 342 km, by approximately 4 km.

The one-burn reboost was powered by ATV’s Orbit Correction System (OCS) thrusters, which burned for about 17 mins, used about 340 kg of fuel and provided an increase in orbital velocity of 2.5 m/s.

More reboosts are planned later in June prior to undocking, now set for 20 June.