Tue. Sep 21st, 2021

As per the Roscosmos space agency, Russia is ready to start building its space station to launch it into orbit by 2030 if they get-go head from the president. More than two decades of close cooperation would end with this project with International Space Station (United States). Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said, “If in 2030, in accordance with our plans, we can put it into orbit, it will be a colossal breakthrough. The will is there to take a new step in world manned space exploration.”

Russian cosmonauts have worked with counterparts from the United States and 16 other countries about the ISS since 1998. Between Moscow and Washington, it is one of the closest fields of cooperation. According to the Russian deputy PM, Moscow would notice its partners that it would leave the ISS project in 2025. Russia was not happy with the current condition of the ISS. By 2025, the first module for the Russian space station will be ready.

Dmitry said the Russian station would not most likely permanently crewed like ISS because its orbit path would expose it to higher radiation. But it would also use robots and artificial intelligence, and cosmonauts would visit. He also shared that Russia is ready to consider allowing foreign crews to visit, but the station must be national, and if they want to do well, they have to do it themselves. As per sources, Russia plans to spend up to $6bn to get the project launched.

In 2020 ISS celebrated 20 years of continuous human occupation, even though engineers gave a 15-year life expectancy. Sings of age can be seen in the play station with air leaks and broken toilets. On 17, April a Russian cosmonaut who returned to Earth from the Space Station said there is no reason to leave ISS. The condition of the station is good. After 2024, the continuation of collaboration will hinge on a technical inspection, according to the cosmonaut. He also said Russian departure would be abrupt.

By Mandy Berg

Mandy is an editor and writer for Plainsmen Post. She's covered everything from the Stanley Cup Finals to the world of lightsaber combat in his young career.

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