A space object, the first exhibit for the open-air museum, arrived at the Attraction.

The team of Attraction and Android Technics company met with special attention the descent vehicle of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft, which has been in space and on which the FEDOR robot, created in Magnitogorsk by Android Technics, made its journey.

The two-year anniversary of Soyuz MS-14 launch, which took place on August 22, 2019, will already be celebrated here in Magnitogorsk. In order for this unique exhibit to appear in Attraction, a lot of work was done during the year. Many thanks to colleagues from Roscosmos and Android Technics for their help.

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Soyuz MS-14 (No. 743, ISS-60S) is a Russian manned transport spacecraft launched in an unmanned (cargo-returning) version to the International Space Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome on August 22, 2019.

The Soyuz-2.1a rocket was used for the first time to launch a manned spacecraft. The unmanned launch was performed in order to certify the rocket and the spacecraft, as well as to test the new emergency rescue system. An anthropomorphic robot Skybot F-850 (FEDOR) was on board the spacecraft The Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft undocked from the ISS at 21:14 Moscow time on Sept. 6, 2019, and separated into three modules on Sept. 7 at 00:06 Moscow time: the habitation module, the service module, and the descent vehicle. The habitation module and the service module burned in the atmosphere. At 00:32 Moscow time on the same day the descent vehicle of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft with anthropomorphic robot Skybot F-850 and its cargo successfully landed 147 km southeast of the city of Zhezkazgan. During the descent to Earth, the descent control system based on the BIUS angular rate sensor was also tested using fiber-optic gyroscopes.

Spacecraft of this family consist of three bays: service module (weight: 2900 kg), descent module (weight: 1700 kg), and the habitation module (weight: 2820 kg).