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Future ISS Crews Study New Russian Module. / June 15, 2009 /

Future ISS expedition crews studied Russian Mini-Research Module (MRM-2) at Korolev Rocket & Space Corporation- Energia. MRM-2 is produced by RSC-E.

Russian cosmonauts A. Kaleri, O. Skripochka, M. Suraev, A. Skvortsov and S. Revin, as well as US astronauts R. Garan, Sh. Walker and J. Williams took part in the training session on June 9-10. RSC-Energia specialists instructed them on the operations with MRM-2 which now undergoes final verifications at RSC-E integration and test facility.

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