The four astronauts shortlisted for India’s first manned space mission, the Gagagnaya, have resumed training in Russia after being shelved due to the COVID-19 panic.
The Russian aerospace company Roscosmos said in a statement: “The Gagarin Research and Test Astronaut Training Center (GCTC) was restored on May 12, according to Glavkosmos, JSC (part of the Russian national space company Roscosmos) and Human Space Flight The contract between the training of Indian astronauts. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Center.”
The four Indian astronauts are in good health. “GCTC continues to abide by anti-epidemic regulations. According to the regulations, sanitary and sanitary measures are adopted at all GCTC facilities, social evacuation measures are taken, and unauthorized persons are restricted from entering; all employees and astronauts must wear medical masks and gloves ,” it added.
Roscosmos also Tweet A photo of an astronaut wearing a space suit with the Indian flag. There are currently four Indian Air Force fighter pilots receiving insufficient training in Moscow and are likely to be potential candidates for the Gagagna Plan.
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Roscosmos further stated that this week, GCTC experts will provide Indian astronauts with theoretical courses on disaster basics, manned spacecraft control basics and Russian.
The Indian astronaut training contract between Glavkosmos and ISRO Human Space Center was signed on June 27, 2019, and their training in Russia began on February 10, 2020. Since the end of March, due to the COVID-report, after being infected with the No. 19 virus, it is recommended to lock down the Indian astronauts and observe carefully.
Previously, officials have stated that after receiving training in Russia, astronauts will receive specific training for modules in India. They will receive training on crew members and service modules designed by ISRO, learn to operate, work around it and perform simulations.
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