August 21, 2013
Categories: GCTC, ISS

On August 20, 2013 GCTC saw Main Medical Commission meeting. The meeting analyzed the data of Russian crew members of 37/38 ISS mission received during the period of pre-flight trainings.

Commission consisted of Roscosmos, Federal Biomedical Agency, Institute for Biomedical Problems representatives and GCTC medical specialists.

According to the results of the meeting Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazansky were approved for space flight.
37/38 ISS mission launch to the ISS is planned for September 26, 2013, – GCTC and Roscosmos press-services report.

Image credit – Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center

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