Russia's departure from the ISS: Roscosmos announced new dates

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    Russia's withdrawal from the ISS: &laquo Roscosmos announced new dates

    If earlier the Russian Federation promised to leave the International Space Station in two years, now Roscosmos wants to stretch this process for eight whole years.

    Russia may withdraw from the ISS project either in 2025 or 20228. Also, the release date of the Russian Federation of their project is called 2030, said the executive director of Roscosmos Sergey Krikalev.

    “After 2024, it could be 2025, and 2028, and 2030, the exact decision to stop work will be made based on an analysis of its technical condition,” Krikalev said.

    Such a statement by a Russian official did speaking via video link at a press conference in Houston.

    Note that earlier the head of Roskosmos, Yuri Borisov, called completely different dates. So, he told Russian President Vladimir Putin that Russia would withdraw from the ISS project in 2024 and would build its own orbital station.

    Add that NASA did not receive any official notification that the Russian Federation would leave the station in 2 years . And secondly, the head of the flight of the Russian segment of the ISS said that Russia will not leave the ISS until it puts its space station into operation, and this will definitely not happen in 2024.

    As Focus already wrote , after Yuri Borisov announced that the Russian Federation was leaving the ISS, the head of SpaceX reacted to this message in an original way, leaving a comment on Twitter: “Happy journey”.

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