July 28, 2016

Roscosmos and NASA Advisory board joint commission started working to determine  future work streams of ISS project, – Roscosmos press office reported.

In the course of the first meeting held in Central Research Institute of Machine Building RSC Energia Deputy Director Vladimir Solovyov making a report on Russian ISS segment flight program told about new generation Progress MS cargo vehicles and Soyuz MS manned spacecrafts flight testing, gave a brief analysis of station’s provision and informed about transfer to the satellite control loop of Russian segment developed on the basis of Luch space devices.

Institute for Bio-Medical Problems Deputy Director Valery Bogomolov and Dr. Joseph Schmidt (NASA) reported on medical researches conducted onboard the station, ISS enviromnet factors and analyzed preliminary results of Roscosmos cosmonaut Mikhail Korniyenko and NASA astronaut Scott Kelly 11-months mission. Final results of these medical testing will appear in January 2017.


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