Rogozin Opened Meeting on Participation of Russia in ISS after 2020
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin opened a meeting on Baikonur. The participants will discuss the prospects of development of Russian space exploration after 2020.
“We are beginning to discuss the project of further development of national astronautics, especially its manned part. We are waiting for design documents, basic documents, which must define the appearance of Russian space exploration in the coming years,” Rogozin said, opening the meeting.
The meeting will feature presentations on the plans of the Russian Federation to work in the International Space Station after 2020: “Which goals and objectives in orbit we will have, which launch vehicles are expected to create, which new spacecraft, which new technologies, and which spaceports where we will start,” the Deputy Prime Minister said.