August 7, 2014
Categories: Russia, Space

On August 4, on the basis of central aero club of Tatarstan Republic of Russian Army, aviation and navy support NGO  the cosmonauts Nikolay Tikhonov, Oleg Blinov, Pyotr Dubov, Sergey Korsakov, Andrei Fedyayev, Nikolay Tchub and cosmonaut candidate Anna Kikina started their parachute trainings.

In the course of 3-weeks training the cosmonauts has to accomplish 40 parachute jumps. The trainings are carried out under the control of instructors, GCTC medical specialists and psychologists. Apart from parachute jumps training program includes  information search tasks, video reports during the free fall and other exercises.

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