Russia speaks out AGAIN about ISS departure and confirms leaving date after talks with Nasa

RUSSIA’S space chief has expanded on his comments about the country leaving the International Space Station. In late July, Russia officially confirmed it would opt out of being a part of the International Space Station after 2024. AFPRussian President Vladimir Putin met with Russia’s space agency Roscosmos head Yury Borisov in July[/caption] ReutersThe first crew on the ISS arrived in 2000 and consisted of one American and two Russians[/caption] Yuri Borisov is the new leader of the state-controlled space corporation Roscosmos. He initially said: “The decision to leave the station after 2024 has been made”. Russia then reportedly reached out to Nasa to make changes to a previous statement about leaving the International Space Station. According to Reuters, a senior Nasa official confirmed that Russian space officials corrected this to say they’d like to keep their cosmonauts on the ISS until they’ve built their own station. Read more on ISS ROBO DOC Robot doctor that can perform surgery in space is destined for ISS CHANGE OF MIND Russia makes shock u-turn on abandoning the ISS as it reaches out to Nasa Kathy Lueders, Nasa’s space operations chief, said that Russian officials wish to keep the ISS partnership until their own space station…

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Russia speaks out AGAIN about ISS departure and confirms leaving date after talks with Nasa

Updated: August 3, 2022 — 10:26 pm