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The life of the ISS goes to the end. Moscow leaves the international room station 2025 and wants to bring his own into space. She should also work without cosmonauts.
The cooperation between Russia and the West arrived almost everywhere at the zero point. Only in ALL, it ran so far better, Russians and Americans work closely together in the international space station ISS. But that too goes to the end. Russia is ready to start building a private space station, which is brought to orbit by 2030, so Dmitri Rogosin, boss of the Russian Space Authority Roscosmos. First building blocks are to be all before. "The first basic module of the new Russian orbital station is already being worked," Rogosin said to "Interfax". It is to enter the circulation in 2025.
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"If we bring you in the year 2030 according to our plans in the orbit, that would be a colossal breakthrough," Rogosin said. "The will is there to make a new step in the world's manned space."
End of an era
Thus, the more than two decades continued close cooperation with the United States in the International Space Station (ISS) would end up. Since 1998, Russian cosmonauts have worked with colleagues from the US and 16 other countries at the ISS. A few days earlier, Deputy Russian Prime Minister Juri Borissov announced that Moscow will leave the ISS project 2025. The exit Russia does not necessarily mean the end of the station. "That means, not that the station is destroyed and destroyed after 2025," said Rogosin on Wednesday. "It is only the case that we are responsible for our segment to our partners." But ultimately, the life of the modules goes to an end, the previous partners would then have to secure the further operation himself.
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surprisingly, the announcements are not. The ISS is aging to himself and in the frosty climate between USA and Russia would be unlikely that the two partners will race for a new station. About 80 percent of the equipment in the Russian segment is already outdated, said the Roskosmos boss.
Vladimir Solovyev has worked on the development of the Russian module of the ISS. He said to the Russian Academy of Sciences: "After 2025, we predict a avalanche failure of numerous elements aboard the ISS."
The new Russia Orbital Space Station (Ross), is consisting of three to seven modules, so Solovyev. It consists of a core module, a production module, a logistics cabin, a platform cabin for assembling, starting and repairing, as well as a commercial cabin for four space tourists.
Cooperation with China
With a new program, Moscow could be technically and propagandistically linked to the glorious times of the USSR. It is also to be expected that Russia will find another partner for the space program. Because even in All, the emerging Great Power China challenges the US out openly. In 2022, the Chinese station should record its operation. Chinese experts assume that Russia will use this station at least for the transition. If the ISS is unattended, Beijing is likely to have the only orbital station for a few years. There is already an agreement between Beijing and Moscow for the construction of a station on the moon.
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The Roskosmos boss continued to say that the Russian station, unlike the ISS, most likely will not be permanently manned. Your planned orbit would expose it to a higher radiation. Cosmonauts could visit you, but daily operation will be done in a high degree of artificial intelligence and robots. "The station must be nationally ... If it's good, make it yourself". Interfax said that Russia will raise up to 6 billion euros for the project.
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