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Progress MS-17 passed the vacuum tests Progress MS-17 passed the vacuum tests
June 3, 2021 More...

Leak tests have been completed at the Baikonur launch site on the cargo transportation spacecraft (CTS) Progress MS-17 in the vacuum chamber of the processing facility of Area 254.



Cosmonauts completed their work in open space Cosmonauts completed their work in open space
June 3, 2021 More...

The egress hatch of the Mini Research Module Poisk is closed, Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Petr Dubrov have completed the 48th scheduled spacewalk (EVA-48). During their debut spacewalk they have successfully completed all the work to install equipment on the outer surface of the Russian Segment of the International Space Station. The hatch on the Poisk docking compartment was closed at 16:12 Moscow Time on June2, 2021. The duration of the extravehicular activity was 7 hours and 19 minutes.



From Energy - To Space From Energy - To Space
May 23, 2021 More...

This year the civilian cosmonaut corps, later the cosmonaut corps of RSC Energia, hold their 55th anniversary. This is one of the highest spots in the history of the company. The first among civilians, back in 1964, was the developer and designer of the Vostok and Voskhod spacecraft K.P. Feoktistov. However the birthday became on May 23, 1966, when the first team of cosmonauts -engineers was formed in the flight test department of the Central Design Bureau of Experimental Machine Building with the active participation of the Chief Designer S.P.Korolev.



  Egress into space on June 2
May 20, 2021 More...

On June 2, 2021 the International Space Station Russian Segment crew consisting of Roscosmos cosmonauts leg Novitskiy and Petr Dubrov will egress into space to perform external operations on the station.
The crew will egress from the hatch of the Mini Research Module Poisk at 08:40 Moscow time. The planned duration of EVA operations of the cosmonauts is about 6 hours 50 minutes.



Nauka module equipped with European Robotic Arm ERA Nauka module equipped with European Robotic Arm ERA
May 20, 2021 More...

At the Baikonur launch site, the program of manufacturers checkout tests draws to a close on the laboratory module Nauka for the Russian Segment of the International Space Station. In Area No.254 Processing Facility specialists from S.P.Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia (which is a part of State Corporation Roscosmos) and European Space Agency performed the final processing operations for installing the European Robotic Arm (ERA) onto the hull of the new module.





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