The space pioneers took a tour of the “scientific” unit
The pioneers of Astosa, Olig Novitsky and Peter Dubrov, took a tour of the Multi -Proposed Noka Laboratory Unit on the Russian part of the International Space Station. Russian space experts offered the unit’s main components and their equipment to establish and work the crew.
According to the detailed description of the Nauka unit, this is a large scientific laboratory in space, with 14 places specially equipped to conduct experiments, a workshop on the plane, a regional control center and a space bathroom (a sewage compartment) with water restoration system of Paul astronauts.
The unit has a complete cabin with a constant residence open for a crew. Nauka increased the size of the Russian part of the International Space Station in one third.
The space pioneers made a trip inside Nauka and showed their current arrangement and condition that have not yet been dismantled with a large amount of goods in different places. Novitsky and Dubrov for the first time the mail control system – and his electronics talked about the automatic platform “Flüger”.
They revealed the presence of many shelves and storage spaces in the area behind the unit plate, which are also blocked with goods and, in the Nauka crew cabin, there is an adapter and spare parts for the lights of the time.
The Nauka unit at the International Space Station was created on July 29. His journey was not free of problems and tremendous regime failures, but roskosmos solved him.
On July 30, 2021, astronauts Olij Novitsky and Peter Dobrov opened their transport doors and entered the new Russian Nauka unit of the International Space Station for the first time.
On September 28, 2021, the inhabited spacecraft. A. Gagarin (Soyuz MS-18) became the first spacecraft to anchor in the Nauka unit. Cohesion was performed manually by Soyuz’s crew, consisting of the spacecraft commander, Oige Novitsky, Air Engineer, Pyoter Dobrov and NASA Astronaut Mark Vandy Hi.