In the nearest future, they will exercise their actions in winterlanding conditions, reports atvbrics.com correspondent with the reference to russian.rt.com.
"Now they are being trained to survive in the conditions of landing in the woody marshland in winter. First, certainly, they prepared theoretically, then practically, and then they will make part of two crews with our instructor and literally survive for three days and two nights, using a personal survival kitavailable in each landing section", the chief of the Center Pavel Vlasovsays.
Besides, the Indian astronauts need to learn Russian in a relatively short time, in order to use the equipment of the Soyuz ship competently – all classes in the Center are held in Russian.
To recap, Indian astronauts began their training in Russia in January. The Russian training course will last 11 months, and after that,Indian astronauts will continue training in their homeland.
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