The Very First Piece Of The International Space Station To Be Put Into Orbit Did Not Originate From Nasa; Rather, It Was Manufactured In Russia.

The U.S. Was Dedicated To Working With Moscow On The Iss Project Because It Signified Peace Between Two Historically Antagonistic States And May Strengthen Russian Democracy.

Yury Borisov, The Chairman Of Russia's Space Agency Roscosmos, Declared On July 26 That Russia Would Leave The Iss In 2024 To Build Its Own.

A Day Later, Russia Reaffirmed With Nasa That It Will Stay Until At Least 2028, Defusing The Initial Declaration.

The Government Wants To Launch An Orbiting Outpost By 2030. Vladimir Soloviev, Flight Director For The Russian Section Of Iss, Has Discussed The Future Of The Russian Orbital Service Station (Ross).

This Would Be A Departure From Future Nasa-Supported Commercial Space Stations.

It's Also Different From China's New Space Station, Tiangong, Where Astronauts Are Living Right Now.

These Gatherings Favor Humans Over Ai For A Reason. Being In Orbit Allows For Greater Hands-On Investigation.

Also, If Something Goes Wrong With The Station, Which Happens Often, Someone Can Be There Right Away To Fix It.

Russia Is Committed To Continuing Its Presence On The International Space Station For The Next Six Years.