The development of the Nauka module, which finally entered space, began as early as the 1990s.
Lie The orbiting International Space Station ISS will receive a new large research module on Thursday afternoon Finnish time. Nauka (Science in Finnish), developed by Russia, will be docked at the ISS station at 16.24.
The HS will show a live broadcast from Reuters and the US space agency NASA from around 15.15 p.m.
The Nauka module includes a research laboratory and a storage unit. It was sent into space from the Russian Space Agency’s spacecraft launch center in Kazakhstan a week ago.
Russia began Nauka’s development work in the 1990s.
It was originally intended to be docked to the station years ago. Due to delays, it is only now being connected to the space station, which has been orbiting the Earth since 1998.
Last week, the Pirs module was removed from the space station from the space station, which was directed into the Earth’s atmosphere in a controlled manner. Pirs, which has been in use for almost 20 years, was completely destroyed in the crash.