Russian Government Approves ISS Funding Through 2027


Credit: NASA
Russia has formalized its decision to stay at the International Space Station (ISS) beyond 2024, the first nation to do so. On Oct. 24, the country’s government approved 41.6 billion rubles (about $680 million) for support of operations on the Russian segment of the station from 2023-2027. This...

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