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First-stage separation!
 

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7:45 am EST (12:45 UTC) Live coverage begins.
8:06 am EST (13:06 UTC) Launch scheduled
Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Destination: ISS
 

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7:45 am EST (12:45 UTC) Live coverage begins.
8:06 am EST (13:06 UTC) Launch scheduled
Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Destination: ISS
After Prichal (was Uzlovoy), we will have two Science Power Modules
that will complete the Russian Segment of the ISS. Of course, that completed form of the station will last for eight years at best and only five years at worst. Compare that situation to Mir, whose completed form only lasted for five years (1996–2001).
 
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After Prichal (was Uzlovoy), we will have two Science Power Modules that will complete the Russian Segment of the ISS.
The Science Power Modules will no longer fly to the ISS, but will form the first parts of the future Russian Orbital Service Station (ROSS) as of April 2021:
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(Phase 1: 2025-2030)
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(Phase 2: 2030-2035)



Because of this, Prichal would be the last ever component of the ISS Russian Orbital Segment to be launched (the spherical node module on the images is not Prichal itself, but an identical copy of it)
 
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