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Although the chance of space debris directly hitting humans or property on Earth is relatively low, the risk is increasing as more and more objects are thrown into orbit around the Earth. scientists
On 19/1/2024, a movie titled ISS was released in the US, which describes an international incident that takes place on the space station following an inter- bloc war. In reality, the astronauts and cosmonauts work together despite the conflict between Russia and the West, but a storm
The space agency says that the industry alone will not be able to move forward and it is required to cooperate with the government and academia. This can help solve bottlenecks that slow down progress in the field
Airbus offers a "multi-purpose route module" known as the Airbus LOOP. The station includes three decks - and for the first time in the journeys of the human race outside the atmosphere and gravity of the Earth - also a centrifuge that will create gravity for
The exhibition: Jessica Meir, 'View from above' - an astronaut's impressions and reflections on our planet will be on display until May, admission is free
Expedition 67 commander Oleg Artemyev received an order from the control center in Moscow to return to the station as soon as possible due to a malfunction in his space suit's battery
Yuri Borisov, the new head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, said in a meeting with Vladimir Putin on July 26, 2022 that future efforts will focus on a new Russian space station.
The spacecraft, which was launched on May 19, 2022, is now attached to the International Space Station. It is "manned" with a dummy whose purpose is to maintain the spacecraft's center of gravity to simulate a manned flight
However, no official announcement has yet been made, and even then, the Russians are obliged to give a year's notice in advance
Director of Roscosmos Dimitri Rogozin referred to the DMS-R facility used to navigate the station, although it was designed by the European Space Agency and integrated into the Russian component of the Zavezda space station * as well as the Progress cargo spacecraft
In 1991, cosmonaut Sergey Krikalev made one of the most difficult decisions of his life: to stay on the Soviet space station indefinitely. He did this even though he knew that the country that sent him into space had disbanded, and there was no one to replace him
A Japanese experiment on the space station looked at how bacteria can survive in space conditions and transfer life from one planet to another.
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