If you’ve ever wanted to know what life in space is like, the cosmonaut Oleg Novitski it will help you see it.
This Saturday, he posted pictures of the lab interior Science, A module coupled to the International Space Station (ISS).
“We welcome everyone to our new Science module! We will do a more detailed excursion for you very soon, ”Novitski says in his note.
The video shows the Russian, along with his compatriot Piotr Dubrov, entering the module and a little of its interior.
the Science replaces the Pirs module, which was in service for 20 years. It measures 13 meters in length and weighs more than 20 tons. Its main function is to conduct scientific experiments, and at the same time will give the Russian sector more storage space.
It also has a robotic arm that allows missions outside the EEI and with a bathroom and a cabin for a third member.