December 11, 2018
Categories: ISS, Spacewalk

On December 11 the cosmonauts of Roscosmos Sergey Prokopiev and Oleg Kononenko will make an exit to open space according to the Russian program.

The main work will be carried out on the outer side of the “Soyuz MS-09” spacecraft.

RSC “Energia” specialists developed a special cyclogram of a walk in open space and conducted a training session on Earth.

Opening of the exit hatch is scheduled at 19:05 (Moscow time).

Estimated duration of a spacewalk – 6 hours.

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