Launch of the Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket with the Russian Prichal module

The spacewalk is scheduled for January 19, 2022, when the cosmonauts will connect the Berth. to the station. Rocket Soyuz-2.1b with a transport cargo ship-module 'Progress M-UM' and nodal module 'Berth' launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome to the International Space Station (ISS). The launch became a record for the Soyuz-2 missiles & ndash; the mass of the output load was 8.18 tons. The first docking of a manned spacecraft to the 'Berth' scheduled for March 18. Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center Breeding of service columns of the Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle launch © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Ivan Timoshenko/Yuzhny Space Center Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center Breeding of the service columns of the Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle launch © Roscosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Yuzhny Space Center © Roskosmos/Ivan Timoshenko/Space Center “Yuzhny” Истoчник aif.ru The flight to the station will take two days. The launch took place on November 24, 2021 at 16:06:35 Moscow time. 'Berth' will be the last module that Russia will add to its ISS segment.