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Russia has begun testing samples from the outside of the International Space Station, believing that they may contain traces of extraterrestrial life.In a news release Friday, Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, said it believed that comet dust on the surface of the ISS could include alien microorganisms.Most of the resulting debris burned up in Earth’s atmosphere, and a few fragments fell in the Tuva region of Russia.When it reaches the ISS on Friday, Progress MS-05 will replace the lost supplies – although they’re not running low yet.A six-strong team of Russian women who are trying out for a potential future trip to the moon in 2029 have been locked away for eight days together to see if they 'survive' the experience.The all-female crew have entered a mock spaceship made up of a wood-panelled suite of rooms at Moscow's Institute of Biomedical Problems, and will be let out next Thursday.
When NASA retired its last space shuttle in July 2011, it expected commercial carriers like Space X and Boeing to launch its astronauts into space by 2015.Looking for single Russian women for marriage, love, and romance?Our free dating site is a great way to find an amazing women from Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the Easten Europe.We have found traces of sea plankton and microscopic particles on the illuminator surface. The Russians’ American colleagues, though, seemed unaware and skeptical of the discovery.“As far as we’re concerned, we haven’t heard any official reports from our Roscosmos colleagues that they’ve found sea plankton,” NASA spokesman Dan Huot told at the time.“What they’re actually looking for is residues that can build up on the visually sensitive elements, like windows, as well as just the hull of the ship itself, that will build up whenever they do thruster firings for things like re-boosts. I don’t know where all the sea plankton talk is coming from.”Confirming it to be a true international, as well as extraterrestrial, incident, Germany’s space agency weighed in on the matter a month later.