A Russian cosmonaut will take over as a TASS reporter from the International Station


The Roscosmos Foundation revealed the name of the cosmonaut who will take over the task of the Russian “TASS” correspondent on the International Space Station, RT reported.

Within the framework of the activities of the Al-Sharq Economic Forum, and during a meeting that included the head of the “Ros Cosmos Foundation” and the head of the Russian “TASS” agency, “Ross Cosmos” indicated that the Russian cosmonaut, Dmitry Petlin, will be the third correspondent of “TASS” agency on the International Space Station.

The meeting noted that “Betlin will launch to the International Space Station aboard the Russian Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft on September 21, and he will go to the station with Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokobaev and NASA astronaut Francisco Rubio.

During the meeting, the head of the Ross Cosmos Foundation, Yuri Borisov, and the head of TASS, Sergey Mikhailov, discussed the prospects for information cooperation between their two institutions, including issues of cooperation between the two institutions on the International Space Station. A set of agency-marked clothing for delivery to the astronaut.

On the subject, Mikhailov said: “I am sure that our joint project has a great future and TASS has always tried to be the first place where news, advanced ideas and tomorrow’s technologies are born. The desire for leadership is what unites us with Roscosmos.”

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