“If you decide to fly into space on a Russian space ship “Soyuz”, you have the opportunity to extend their stay on the ISS to perform a spacewalk, accompanied by a professional astronaut,” reads the announcement.
Applicants for a flight warn that selecting a spacewalk to prepare for the flight in Star city will be extended for a few weeks to teach the tourist to use the spacesuit “Orlan”, to leave the ISS and return to her. The stay on the ISS this flight will last 16 days, which is 6 days longer than in “normal” flight.
“The price of the flight with a spacewalk depends on when the flight will take place, and other factors. Contact us to know the details,” — said in the announcement.
“The most remarkable — spacewalk”: as the astronauts work
Sergey Ryazansky, a Russian cosmonaut, winner of the title of hero of the Russian Federation and the honored test space technology. In 1996 graduated from Moscow state University named after M. V. Lomonosov, specialty “biochemistry”. Four years later he graduated from graduate school, worked as researcher and then senior researcher, engaged in the development and testing of means for the prevention of adverse effects of microgravity.
From 2001 to 2009 space tourists went to the Russian segment of the ISS 8 times:
- Dennis Tito — 2001;
- Mark Shuttleworth — 2002;
- Greg Olsen — 2006;
- Anousheh Ansari 2006;
- Charles Simonyi — twice, in 2007 and 2009-m years;
- Richard Garriott, 2008;
- Guy Laliberte in 2009.
However, in the open space neither space tourist is not yet out.