The ISS is scheduled to perform two successive reboosts today using the Orbit Correction System thrusters on board ATV-3.

The first, at 11:45 CEST, is set to run for 6 min 24 seconds and provide a speed boost of 0.90 m/sec and 1.56 km orbital height increase. The second is set for 15:17 CEST (34 min 49 sec; 4.90 m/sec; 8.56 km, respectively).

The purpose of the reboosts is to set up the phasing conditions for the Soyuz 30S landing in mid-September and Progress 49P accelerated (4-orbit) rendezvous on 31 October.