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Kazakhstan will conduct scientific experiments on the ISS

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Kazakhstan is preparing a new program of experiments on International Space Station.


The authorities of Kazakhstan are working on the preparation of the next program of experiments on International Space Station. This was reported to TASS on Tuesday by the press service of the Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of Kazakhstan.


“Currently JSC National Center for Space Research and Technology together with scientific organizations and universities of Kazakhstan are preparing the sixth scientific program of experiments at International space station. However, in view of the latest events in the terms of the operation of the International Space Station, the timing of the coordination and implementation of this program will be adjusted, - the press service informed.


The ministry recalled that Kazakh cosmonauts took part in five manned space research programs. “On the initiative and support of the country's leadership, five manned space research programs and experiments were carried out on the Mir multi-purpose orbital manned complex and International Space Station with the participation of cosmonauts TOkhtar Aubakirov (1991 ), Talgat Mussabayev (1994, 1998 and 2001), Aydin Aimbetov(2015)”,  - the press service explained.


April 5 Roscosmos State Corporation CEO Dmitry Rogozin< i> told reporters that Russia and Kazakhstan continue to develop cooperation in the space sphere, in particular, in manned flight programs. According to him, on the agenda are issues of manned cosmonautics - organization and conduct of Kazakhstani experiments on board the International Space Station, interaction in the field of remote sensing of the Earth, satellite communication systems and broadcasting, development of the tourism potential of the Baikonur complex .

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