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The Russian neutron detector "Hadron-RM" is installed on board the European rover and is ready for flight.
The device will allow an analysis of the upper layer of the surface of Mars.
The specialists of NPO Lavochkin have successfully completed tests of the Proton-M carrier rocket transition system necessary for the launch of the ExoMars 2020 mission.
The program consists of two stages, the first one started in 2016. The second stage with the Russian landing module "Kazachok" and the European rover "Rosalind" will start in the summer of 2020.
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Before enrolling in the cosmonaut squad, Sergey Ryzhikov was a pilot, mastered several types of aircraft.
On October 11, 2006, Sergey Nikolaevich was enlisted in the cosmonaut squad to undergo general space training.
Having successfully passed the exams, he qualified as a test cosmonaut and continued his training at the CPC. He went into space for the first time on October 19, 2016 as commander of the Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft and flight engineer of ISS-49/50. The duration of the flight was 173 days.
On November 13, 2018, for the courage and heroism shown during the space flight, Sergey Ryzhikov was awarded the title of Hero of Russia with the award of the Gold Star medal.
Sergey Ryzhikov went on his second space flight on October 14, 2020 on the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft.
For the first time, a manned spacecraft flew an ultrashort circuit and docked to the ISS in 3 hours and 3 minutes.
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On October 12, 1964, the first multi-seat Voskhod-1 spacecraft with three cosmonauts on board was launched into orbit, the crew included Vladimir Komarov, Konstantin Feoktistov and Boris Egorov.
The plot for the 55th anniversary of the experimental flight in every sense with comments by Gennady Glazov, chief specialist of NPP Zvezda.
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The Martian scientific laboratory called "Curiosity" travels around the surface of the Red Planet in search of Martian water.
Water, as a sign of possible life, is being searched for by the Russian DAN device, developed by scientists of the Space Research Institute (IKI RAS).
Scientists Igor Mitrofanov, Vladimir Surdin and Yuri Makarov talk about water and the search for life on Mars, about the need to build interplanetary stations and send expeditions to other planets.
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The plot of the 160th anniversary of the birth of Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.
Celebration of the anniversary of the scientist in Kaluga.
Interview: Elena Timoshenkova, Irina Ageeva, Natalia Abakumova.
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The crew of the Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft are being trained at the Gagarin CPC.
Oleg Artemyev was appointed commander of the ship.
The cosmonaut talks about the preparation for the flight, about the experiments in which he happened to take part, about training in the hydrolaboratory.
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Astronomy has returned to schools.
For our society, this is a landmark phenomenon, because astronomy is one of the oldest sciences, a very special one that forms the worldview of a person, especially a person who is just discovering the world.
The whole course of astronomy is still quite small, but it is not easy to return it to the curriculum, because too much time has passed since this subject was taken out of the school curriculum.
It will take several years to establish the teaching of even a small course, because a new generation of teachers also needs to be trained first.
Another problem is the lack of educational materials.
During the years of the absence of astronomy in schools, the stars and planets have not gone away, but science itself has gone far ahead.
The plot starred Sergey Ryazansky, Anatoly Zasov, Anatoly Cherepashchuk, Boris Shustov, Evgeny Velikhov.
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IMBP RAS has developed a unique centrifuge for creating gravity in zero gravity.
A short-range centrifuge is capable of creating gravity necessary for long-term space flights.
Tsiolkovsky also said that if it is possible to create artificial gravity in zero gravity, it will solve many health problems during long flights.
Natalia Burtseva's story starred doctor Milena Koloteva, lead engineer Dmitry Merikin and other specialists of the IMBP RAS.
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In 2017, the Russian ships of the Soyuz series have a 55th anniversary.
They began to develop them back in 1962 for a flyby of the Moon.
They did not reach the moon, but they became an indispensable "workhorse" of near space.
The "Unions" survived both the American "Apollons" and reusable shuttles.
Today, Roscosmos is working on a new ship, the Federation.
The first ships will fly in low orbits until all systems work out, however, the main goal, as once at Soyuz, is the Moon.
The plot starred Valentina Tereshkova, Vladimir Ponomarenko, Roberto Vittori, Mark Serov, Anna Kikina, Sergey Krikalev.
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Baikonur, the launch of the Progress MS-16 cargo ship on February 15, 2021.
Interview with Pavel Vinogradov about the tasks of the ship.
On February 17, 2021, Progress MS-16 successfully docked to the ISS.
ISS-64 flight engineer Sergey Kud-Sverchkov talks about the experiment "Prevention-2".
Vostochny, a train with blocks of the Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket arrived at the Ice station.