The crew of the Soyuz MS-19 manned spacecraft took photos of the Russian segment in its final configuration and the ISS itself after undocking from the International Space Station on March 30, 2022. The images are published on the Roscosmos website.
According to the press service, these are the latest and most unique photos of the station in good quality to date. In social networks, Roscosmos advertises the new selection: “New! Exclusive! Unique!”.
On March 30, the Soyuz MS-19 undocked from the station, hovered at a distance of 70 m, and began a roll turn. Then began to fly the Soyuz to the axis of the docking module “Prichal”, then it moved even further – to 230 m and then began to fly around the ISS.
The Russian segment of the ISS currently consists of six modules: the Zarya (launched in 1998), the Zvezda service module (2000), small research modules Poisk (2009) and Rassvet (2010), the multipurpose laboratory module Nauka (2021) and the node module Prichal (2021).