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The changed route of Skrypochkin’s return from the ISS

The changed route of Skrypochkin’s return from the ISS

Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skrypochka, who is now on the ISS as part of Expedition 62 will go home on April 172020 along a changed route, in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

Usually, after the manned spacecraft with cosmonauts, which this time is expected to make a landing in Kazakhstan, near the city of Zhezkazgan, astronauts were sent by helicopters to the nearest airports, after which they went to their hometowns. Now, due to the unstable epidemiological situation in the world, the crew will be sent to the Baikonur Cosmodrome, and from there will depart to Moscow.

Despite the fact that Kazakhstan closed its borders due to the coronavirus and now there are strict restrictions on border crossings, the Russian cosmonauts and those who work at the Baikonur cosmodrome made an exception. Information about how the American astronauts will return will not be accepted.

Tags: ISS 3-3-3327. , Baikonur , Oleg Skrypochka
20 апрель 2020 /
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