Russia will launch the next Progress MS-10 robotic freight mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on November 16, 2018. The moment of launch has not been announced yet since November 2.
In addition to referring to the ISS, this release will demonstrate that Russia has corrected a problem that condemned the launch of Soyuz MS-10 on October 11th.
Progress cargo space programs and Soyuz spacecraft are both launched on Soyuz missiles, although they are slightly different versions. The one who failed on October 11 was a Soyuz FG. It was found that a damaged sensor pin prevented the opening of a nozzle on one of the four belts with belts when it had to break out of the base vehicle. The pin was damaged as the rocket was assembled at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, and all the Soyuz missiles launched there, including Progress MS-10, were inspected to ensure there were no anomalies.