April 5, 2013
Categories: ISS, Russia

Rocket and Space Corporation “Energia” has held training sessions on the International Space Station (ISS) crew training program in the Multi-Purpose Laboratory Module (MLM), as Corporation press service informed.

The Corporation’s experts has familiarized Russian cosmonauts, who can be the first to settle in this module on the orbit, with its design and interiors. During the finishing works useful cosmonauts’comments and suggestions drawn from the lessons will be taken into account.

http://www.energia.ru/ru/news/news-2013/news_04-04.html

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