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Russian space tourism firm to make  first flight in returnable capsule

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Russia’s CosmoCourse CEO Pavel Pushkin told Russian news agency TASS that the CosmoCourse private space tourism company will send from one to six dummies for the first autonomous flight of a returnable capsule and equip it with sensors.

During the tests of the returnable capsule, the company is also ready to launch a robot or animals into outer space, the chief executive said.

The returnable capsule and a carrier rocket are planned to be manufactured at an enterprise in the Moscow Region. The capsule’s first autonomous flight is scheduled for 2023, Pushkin said.

CosmoCourse is developing a reusable spacecraft for sub-orbital tourist flights. A crew of six persons and an instructor is expected to make a 15-minute flight to an altitude of about 200 km. The preparations for the flight will take one day. The first manned flight is planned for 2025.

Via TASS

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