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During a more than six-hour spacewalk, Artemyev and Skvortsov will install scientific equipment, launch a Russian nanosatellite developed jointly by Russian and Peruvian students and do some other manipulations required by the program.
The satellite, launched manually, is carrying different data, including children’s drawings which will be transmitted to outer space. The 1.5 kg satellite, unofficially called Chaski-1, was designed by students from Russia’s Kursk and Peru, who worked on it for three years. The satellite will transmit data to Earth using the Morse code.
The satellite will be launched manually. It is carrying different data, including children’s drawings which will be transmitted to outer space.