Mission Possible!

Mission Possible!

March 23, 2024 will go down in Belarusian history as a new and important milestone in our country’s exploration of space for peaceful purposes.

On this day at 15:36:10 Moscow time, the Soyuz MS-25 spacecraft was launched with Marina Vasilevskaya on board, the first cosmonaut in the history of sovereign Belarus and the first female cosmonaut in the country.

Together with our compatriot, Russian cosmonaut, native of Belarus Oleg Novitsky (ship commander), as well as NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell-Dyson (flight engineer), went to the ISS.

The docking of the manned spacecraft took place today, March 25, at 18.10 Minsk time.

Oleg Novitsky and Marina Vasilevskaya will stay on the ISS for 12 days, then return to Earth on the Soyuz MS-24 spacecraft.

As part of the international crew, the Belarusian, according to the scientific space program, will carry out research in the field of potential interplanetary travel. In particular, he will conduct research in the biomedical field and in the field of agricultural technologies for growing plants in space.

The scientific program was developed by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Roscosmos Corporation with the participation of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

For our country, the successful implementation of goals in space exploration is not only a historical heritage, but also an awareness of the most important scientific role of Belarus in the space industry.

The Belintersat team wishes the team good luck and fulfillment of all planned tasks.

Together we conquer space and believe that the mission is feasible!


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