Roscosmos ready to send an additional supply of oxygen to ISS in February, if necessary

Roscosmos ready to send an additional supply of oxygen to ISS in February, if necessary
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Russia’s Roscosmos will be able to send an additional supply of oxygen to the ISS in February, if necessary, General Director of the organization Dmitry Rogozin told reporters, APA reports citing TASS.

"First, the station itself has oxygen reserves. That is, if it is necessary to replenish oxygen and nitrogen in the event of atmospheric pressure losses, we have such reserves. And we are going to send a cargo ship to the ISS, our Progress from Baikonur, in February. It already has a supply of oxygen," Rogozin said.

The oxygen leakage situation on the International Space Station (ISS) is under control, Rogozin added.

"There is no need to worry, everything is fine, everything is under control," Rogozin stressed.

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