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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2220 on: 11/01/2022 08:03 am »

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2221 on: 11/05/2022 12:10 am »
Step aside, “2001 A Space Odyssey”! Here comes the real ZERO GRAVITY TOILET! #MissionMinerva

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2223 on: 11/18/2022 10:07 am »
Cosmonauts Oleg Artemiev, Sergei Korsakov and Denis Matveev met with VKontakte users. They answered questions, talked about the flight and launched a challenge on the VK Clips service for the song "Stars" by the Uma2rman group, the press service of the social network reported.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2224 on: 11/21/2022 09:37 am »
Cosmonauts Oleg Artemiev, Denis Matveev and Sergei Korsakov landed a magnolia tree in the Riviera Park in Sochi. The first magnolia on the Cosmonauts Alley was planted by Yuri Gagarin on May 15, 1961. This has become a tradition, which is supported by all the astronauts who arrived in Sochi.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2225 on: 11/25/2022 10:55 am »
On November 24, a solemn meeting was held for the crew of the ISS-67 expedition, consisting of Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Artemiev, Denis Matveev and Sergey Korsakov.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2226 on: 11/26/2022 11:29 am »
When I visited last time, three years ago, Venice was experiencing the tail end of a devastating flood. Great to see that the city is now protected!

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2227 on: 11/27/2022 10:03 am »
Year of the Pier!

On November 26, 2021, the formation of the Russian segment of the International Space Station in the current configuration was completed. On that day, a new node module "Prichal" arrived at the ISS. @SergKorsakov

To date, our segment has six modules, the hermetic volume of which is 279 cubic meters. Relatively speaking, this is an apartment with an area of ​​\u200b\u200babout 100 m˛ with a ceiling height of 2.7 m. And after a few months, the first ship docked to it - our #SoyuzMS21 . @SergKorsakov

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2228 on: 11/27/2022 10:07 am »
Sergei Vladimirovich at the Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow on October 31.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2229 on: 11/29/2022 10:11 pm »
Sergei Korsakov was in the Museum of Cosmonautics in the village. Shorshely, Chuvashia for the solemn presentation of the photo album "Star Son of the Chuvash Land" in the Archives of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2230 on: 12/01/2022 08:49 am »
Sergei Vladimirovich Korsakov was on the campus of the Sirius Educational Center for a creative meeting "Cosmos unites", where schoolchildren talked with the cosmonaut.

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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2231 on: 12/04/2022 11:30 am »
Sergei Vladimirovich Korsakov participated in the second congress of young scientists in Sochi during the interactive meeting "Be the first: heroes are not born."

“It seems that the human body is more adapted for such an environment than for living on Earth. All these six months in this unusual environment were such a vacation for the whole organism, ”explained Sergey Vladimirovich
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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2232 on: 02/14/2023 06:49 am »
https://twitter.com/jaxa_kiboriyo/status/1625308502737707009

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This letter of appreciation is for the provision of bonus meals for overseas astronauts (Crew-4) who stayed on the ISS until October 2022. Thank you to everyone involved (*´▽`*)
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Re: Expedition 67 Thread
« Reply #2233 on: 05/21/2023 02:30 pm »
https://twitter.com/Apaiss1/status/1565108830664531969

This is obviously a very late reply, but I believe I've figured this out. The boxy ORU removed from ESP-2 FRAM 2 in Apaiss's clip was a DCSU (Direct Current Switching Unit) rather than an MBSU. During EVA-86 (on 28 April 2023), while they were working on the SASA mounted on ESP-2, Steve Bowen's helmet camera showed a Pitch/Roll Joint on ESP-2 FRAM 2. Presumably that's the one Dextre pulled from ESP-3 FRAM-1. So it looks like they swapped the locations of those two ORUs. (If I had to guess why - the DCSU can be replaced robotically, but a Pitch/Roll Joint can't be, so they want that one closer to the airlock?)

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