October 13, 2020

Nauka (Science) module prelaunch preparation plan stipulates for cosmonauts trainings on module equipment. The launch of the module is planned for spring 2021.

Last weekend Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pietr Dubrov passed a 2-hours training under the supervision of RSC Energia corporation specialists at pad # 254. These cosmonauts will work aboard the station when Naka is to be launched to the ISS. In the course of the training the cosmonauts studied the interior of the module as well as its outer surface.

Under the specialists command Russian crew members studied the equipment and its location inside the module, control cabin and sewage disposal system

Following the results of the training the cosmonauts gave some recommendation on future crews dafe and comfortable stay in the module.

Photo credit: GCTC

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