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Russia has launched its decades delayed Multipurpose Research Module, also known as Nauka, to the International Space Station, which will represent the largest addition to Russia’s segment of the orbital outpost in years.Nauka is Russia's biggest International Space Station room yet.

Russia launches huge Nauka science module to space station after years of delays | Live Science

The 13m-long, 20-tonne Nauka laboratory is finally going into orbit after a delay of 14 years.The 13m-long, 20-tonne Nauka laboratory is finally going into orbit after a delay of 14 years.

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Russia launched a new multipurpose laboratory module named Nauka to the International Space Station on Wednesday from Kazakhstan after years of delays.Russia launched a new multipurpose laboratory module named Nauka to the International Space Station on Wednesday from Kazakhstan after years of delays.

Russia launches Nauka module to space station after years of delay - UPI.com

It will travel for eight days to arrive at the ISS docking portIt will travel for eight days to arrive at the ISS docking port

Russia’s Nauka module separates from Proton-M carrier in flight to orbital outpost - Science & Space - TASS

Russia’s Nauka module separates from Proton-M carrier in flight to orbital outpost

The Nauka multi-functional laboratory module is designated for implementing the Russian program of applied research and experimentsThe Nauka multi-functional laboratory module is designated for implementing the Russian program of applied research and experiments

Russia’s Proton-M carrier rocket with Nauka research lab blasts off from Baikonur - Science & Space - TASS

Russia’s Proton-M carrier rocket with Nauka research lab blasts off from Baikonur

Russia launches its largest space module to ISS - CGTN

Live coverage: Russia launches new space station science module – Spaceflight Now

Roscosmos space agency said that a Russian Proton-M rocket carrying the new Nauka laboratory module for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Russian space agency released images showing the carrier rocket taking off at 1458 GMT, taking into orbit the first Russian ISS module in 11 years. Roscosmos space agency said that a Russian Proton-M rocket carrying the new Nauka laboratory module for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Russian space agency released images showing the carrier rocket taking off at 1458 GMT, taking into orbit the first Russian ISS module in 11 years. 

Russia's heavy-lift Proton-M carrier rocket blasts off with ISS module 'Nauka', Science News | wionews.com

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Wednesday successfully launched a long-delayed lab module for the International Space Station that is intended to provide more room for scientific experiments and space for the crew. MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Wednesday successfully launched a long-delayed lab module for the International Space Station that is intended to provide more room for scientific experiments and space for the crew.

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Launch is scheduled for 10:58 a.m. EDT, with NASA coverage beginning at 10:30 a.m. EDT.Launch is scheduled for 10:58 a.m. EDT, with NASA coverage beginning at 10:30 a.m. EDT.

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Russia launched a long-delayed module for its segment of the International Space Station July 21, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems.Russia launched a long-delayed module for its segment of the International Space Station July 21, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems.

Russia launches Nauka module to International Space Station - SpaceNews

The robot arm will reach the International Space Station on 28 JulyThe robot arm will reach the International Space Station on 28 July

Russia launches new ‘walking’ robot arm module to the International Space Station | The Independent

Further approach to the International Space Station (ISS) will be carried out with the help of Nauka’s own enginesFurther approach to the International Space Station (ISS) will be carried out with the help of Nauka’s own engines

Nauka module to be launched to ISS on Wednesday - Science & Space - TASS

Nauka module to be launched to ISS on Wednesday

Russia is launching its new Nauka module, a laboratory designed to expand the Russian segment of the International Space Station that also includes a European robotic arm. The launch will be webcastLaunch is scheduled for 10:58 am ET!

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The Nauka module will add living space, research facilities and a European-built robot arm to the space station.The Nauka module will add living space, research facilities and a European-built robot arm to the space station.

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Good things come to those (modules) that wait.  On July 21, at 14:58:25 UTC (10:58:25…

Nauka science module launches to ISS - NASASpaceFlight.com

Russia has launched a rocket carrying a multifunctional laboratory module, due to arrive at the International Space Station next week. Named ‘Nauka,’ it'll be attached to the satellite and become Russia’s main scientific segment.Russia has launched a rocket carrying a multifunctional laboratory module, due to arrive at the International Space Station next week. Named ‘Nauka,’ it'll be attached to the satellite and become Russia’s main scientific segment.

Russia launches ‘Nauka’ multifunctional scientific lab module to International Space Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome (VIDEO) — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

Russia's Nauka science module is blasting off to the International Space Station after more than a decade of delaysRussia's Nauka science module is blasting off to the International Space Station after more than a decade of delays

Russia is launching a new module for the International Space Station | New Scientist

A Russian Proton-M rocket carrying the new Nauka laboratory module for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Wednesday, the Roscosmos space agency said.A Russian Proton-M rocket carrying the new Nauka laboratory module for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Wednesday, the Roscosmos space agency said.

Russia Launches New Science Module To International Space Station

Russian lab module set for launch to space station Wednesday – Spaceflight Now

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After a series of manoeuvres, the 20-metric-ton (22-ton) module is set to dock at the International Space Station in automatic mode on July 29.After a series of manoeuvres, the 20-metric-ton (22-ton) module is set to dock at the International Space Station in automatic mode on July 29.

Russia successfully launches Nauka lab module to International Space Station - National | Globalnews.ca

Russia on Wednesday successfully launched a long-delayed lab module for the International Space Station that is intended to provide more room for scientific experiments and space for the crew.Russia on Wednesday successfully launched a long-delayed lab module for the International Space Station that is intended to provide more room for scientific experiments and space for the crew.

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On Thursday morning, Russia will attempt to launch a Proton-M rocket to the International Space Station. The purpose of the mission is to deliverOn Thursday morning, Russia will attempt to launch a Proton-M rocket to the International Space Station. The purpose of the...

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Bezos and excited crewmates eager for blastoff Tuesday – Spaceflight Now