Russia Launches Huge Science Module “Science” on Space Station after Years of Delays

On Wednesday (July 21), Russia’s largest space laboratory was launched into orbit on a mission to expand the International Space Station after 14 years of delays.

IN Russian multipurpose research module (MLM), also known as Science, rushed to International space station at 10:58 am ET (14:58 UTC) on top of a Proton-M rocket from the Russian Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The launch of Nauka was a long one, and it was originally planned to launch in 2007.

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