General Director of the Russian space Agency, Dmitry Rogozin, said that the hydro laboratory in Moscow, the cosmonaut training Center (TSPK), which was closed for repairs in 2014, and will resume the training of astronauts for spacewalks in late April.
the hydro laboratory of the center of cosmonaut training.Yu.And.Gagarin is almost restored. Divers prepare shipped the layout of the Multipurpose laboratory module #MLM testing with the participation of astronauts. They will start on 24 April with the participation of the Hero of Russia Sergey Ryzhikov pic.twitter.com/FMkPCAkuMC— Dmitry Rogozin (@Rogozin) April 14, 2020
“the hydro laboratory of the center of cosmonaut training.Yu.And.Gagarin almost restored”, — Rogozin wrote in his Twitter.
He noted that the divers prepare the layout of the multipurpose laboratory module to the test with the participation of astronauts.
“They will start on 24 April with the participation of the Hero of Russia Sergey Ryzhikov,” — said Rogozin.
March 22, Dmitry Rogozin announced Russia’s readiness to launch multi-satellite orbital groups.