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The new Russia's ISS module named "Poisk". / October 22, 2009 /

According to the interlocutor of the agency, made of fiberglass cloth with the words «Poisk» fixed on the module, together with the cloth, which depicts Russia’s flag, emblem Space Agency and RSC Energia.

«Poisk» will become the fourth module to the ISS. Now on the international station already operating Russian modules Zarya, Zvezda and Pirs. Launch of Soyuz-U with the MIM-2 from Baikonur scheduled on November 10. Module delivered to the station 700 kilograms of cargo, including equipment, food, water and hygiene items.

To prepare the ISS for docking with the MIM-2 astronauts in the summer of 2009 a few times out in the open space.

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