The future orbital station of Russia will be free of service life limit
Source :News Bharati English   Date :30-Jun-2017

Moscow, June 30: Russia has always amused the world with its innovation in Science and Technology. Currently, Russia is planning for an orbiter may replace the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024. The specialty of this orbiter would be free of any service life limits. As per the local report, it will comprise fully replaceable modules.

The International Space Station is a large spacecraft. It orbits around Earth. It is a home where astronauts live. This is also a science lab. After the termination of its service, Russia wants to maintain its presence in the near earth orbit. The Russian orbital station is a near-Earth manned space station. Since it would be irrational to shut down the program of a properly functioning section of the ISS, the Energia Corporation proposed deploying a permanent Russian orbiting.

Now from 2020, the working span of the space station has been extended to 2024.discussion is going on to extend it to 2028.

The new station will be also helping for the practice of technologies. Flight to Moon needs many elements and that will also be helped from the station. Even it may provide service for receiving and servicing foreign spacecraft.

The Energia Corporation wants the involvement of private companies to develop the Russian Orbital station.