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April 16, 2019
Categories: GCTC, Roscosmos

The cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov continues training tests in the GCTC.

Alexander Skvortsov is preparing to fly in the main crew, which is scheduled to start in July of this year.

He had a training session on typical operations, performed during work in the open space.

The training of Russian space explorers for dangerous and very important work is conducted under the guidance of experienced GCTC instructors on the specialized “Exit-2″ simulator.

The cosmonaut’s fulfillment of operator activity skills was monitored by Maxim Zaitsev, a specialist of the Center, Honored Space Technician of the Russian Federation.

During the training course, Alexander Skvortsov showed a confidently high level of knowledge and skills to perform a training cyclogram, having done well all the tasks.

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