July 2, 2018
Categories: Russia

On July 2, 2018 a series of training sessions on the actions after landing of the spacecraft on the water surface starts and will last until July 20, 2018.

Six crews will participate in the “water survival”, including seven Russian cosmonauts, six NASA astronauts, one JAXA astronaut.

The trainings are providing by the training and testing team, which includes instructors, doctors, psychologists, divers, translators and other specialists of the GCTC, as well as representatives of NASA and JAXA.

Before the stage of practical training, which will take place in Noginsk rescue center EMERCOM of Russia, the crew will listen to the theoretical course of disciplines.

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