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Trainings of Belarusian cosmonauts for flight to ISS began

Two Belarusian cosmonauts Marina Vasilevskaya and her understudy Anastasia Lenkova, who will fly to the International Space Station in 2024, have started training, Sputnik reported.

The training program includes the study of the systems of the Russian segment of the ISS and the manned spacecraft, training on actions in case of an emergency landing on the water surface and forest.

The flight is scheduled for March 13, 2024. The expedition is expected to last 12 days.

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