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MOSCOW, October 4. /TASS/. Tests of modified piloted spaceship Soyuz-MS will begin in 2015, deputy head of the Cosmonaut Training Centre Valery Korzun told reporters on Saturday.
“We are expecting a new modification of Soyuz - Soyuz-MS, which will shall begin using next week,” he said.
“Later on, we shall test a multifunctional laboratory module, and a scientific-energy module,” he said.
The spaceship and the modules will be parts of the International Space Station.