The first phase of the deployment of the new Russian space station will begin in 2025-2026
Russia will use it simultaneously with the ISS, said Alexander Bloshenko, executive director of Roscosmos for advanced programs and science.
KOROLEV / Moscow region /, April 23. / TASS /. Russia will simultaneously use the International Space Station (ISS) and the new space station for several years. This was announced to reporters on Friday by the executive director of Roscosmos for promising programs and science, Alexander Bloshenko.
"The cross period will last for several years. It depends on the specific technical project," he said.
The scientific energy module (NEM) will be equipped with life support systems, Bloshenko said.
"The first stage [of the deployment of a new orbital station]: the beginning of work from 2025-2026," Bloshenko said.
According to him, the module will be equipped with "control systems, life support systems, everything to make it ready, so that it becomes a basic module." Within the first phase, several modules will be launched. The second phase will start from 2030-2035.Node moduleThe nodal module, like the multifunctional laboratory module Nauka, which is planned to be launched to the ISS in 2021, will remain part of the station
, Bloshenko said.According to him, the resource of "Science" and the nodal module has been greatly depleted.
Earlier, the head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin said that the Rocket and Space Corporation Energia was tasked with ensuring the readiness of the first base module for the new Russian orbital station in 2025
. According to him, he is already at work. The head of the state corporation also published a video of the first module being created - it will be a scientific and energy module, which was previously supposed to be launched to the ISS in 2024.
On Sunday, the office of Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov told TASS that the condition of the ISS leaves much to be desired. They explained that the ISS needs a technical survey in order to avoid any risks in case of emergencies, based on the results of which a decision will be made on the future fate of the station.
"We will form a new station in case of the president's support from other modules, not the Russian segment of the ISS," he said.
Nauka and Prichal won't be re-used
but at least we can be assured that those hole-drilling crack-propagating NASA nannites won't have a chnace to jump ship and carry out the Globalists wicked agendas.
I say that only partly in jest