Russian scientists begin work on a new mission

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Russian scientists begin work on a new mission
Russian scientists begin work on a new mission
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Russia’s Rocket and Space Corporation Energy has begun work on a new space station that will consist of three to seven unmanned modules.

space corporation Roscosmos has said it plans to discuss the operational age of the ISS with NASA early next year.

While The space station will consist of three to seven unmanned modules or a crew of two to four people. According to Vladimir Solov, Energy’s first deputy general designer.

Furthermore, Solov said the station could be operational by 2025 and could cost 10-15 billion rubles to maintain.

The corporation is currently awaiting proposals from Energy to build a new national space station. Which will be considered first at the Roscosmos Scientific and Technical Council and then reported to the government.

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