CDR Padalka had several hours set aside for installing and connecting new control and navigation hardware for the Russian MRM-2 (Mini Research Module 2), to be launched on a Proton later this year (Flight 5R).
Another reference to MRM-2 flying on Proton
Quote from: The-Hammer on 05/16/2009 12:51 amAnother reference to MRM-2 flying on ProtonAnother wrong info. MRM-2 will fly on Soyuz-U. Let's not return to this question again and again.
Some МИМ-2/MIM-2 photos are up at the Energiya site (English page not available yet).
You can also see an avionics&propulsion module for a Progress or Soyuz...
an intriguing maze of white scaffolding in one of the pictures
I looked on the Buran site but could not figure out what model it was?
According to Novosti kosmonavtiki forum, Roskosmos has offered to RSC Energia the following names for new Russian modules:MRM-2 - Поиск/Poisk/Search (or Quest )MRM-1 - Развитие/Rasvitie/DevelopmentMLM - Перспектива/Perspektiva/Perspective
PDF document (500 KB), via NASA: Head of Russian Federal Space Agency ISS Program International Cooperation, Paris, June 17, 2009. Has diagrams of the Russian segment, including the future modules. (Found at a French forum)