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Russia prepares astronauts for lunar flights


Monday, April 24, 2023 01:00 PM

Russian “Gagarin” Training Center announced Astronauts He started taking some measures to prepare the astronauts there for future lunar trips, she said RT.

On the subject, the director of the center, Maxim Kharlamov, said: “The astronauts who are training in our center have already begun adopting some elements of training to prepare for future lunar flights.”

He added, “The mentioned training elements will be required in the future during preparation for manned flights to the moonAnd we are currently testing them with experienced astronauts to conduct some research. The new training elements include training in operating various technologies such as robots and rovers, and training in controlling spacecraft intended for long manned space flights. We are conducting our studies and working on developing new training methods in these areas.”.

And the head of the “Ross Cosmos” Foundation, Yuri Borisov, had stated earlier, “The project for the lunar program for Russia is being discussed by the executive authorities in the country, and work is also underway on the project of the new Russian orbital station and flight projects related to future trips of Russian astronauts to the moon.”.

Russia has been working for several years on a project to explore the moon, and is developing new vehicles of the type “Auriol” for use in future manned flights that will be sent there. Angara-A5And in the same year, it will be launched on another trip in which the vehicle will dock with the International Space Station for a period of time and then return to Earth, and Russia is supposed to launch these vehicles on manned flights into space in 2025. .

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