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The Mozhaisky Military Space Academy presented a virtual assembly and test building of the Plesetsk cosmodrome for assembling the Soyuz launch vehicle for teaching cadets to assemble missiles from scratch.

“The simulator implements a mode of operation with virtual reality glasses. Its main feature is a deep study in a three-dimensional scene of a large number of technological equipment elements that are used in a real test room at the Plesetsk cosmodrome. The rocket is assembled from the very first stage – the moment of delivery from the manufacturing plant of the rocket blocks to the cosmodrome to the final stage – in this case it is the readiness of the assembled, tested and proven rocket to be transported to the launch complex, ”said a representative of the military department.

While working on the virtual simulator, cadets practice the skills of carrying out technological operations as part of a combat crew.

In their activities, they use standard documentation, the same as at the cosmodrome. Everything is maximally tied to practical activities in the future.

The virtual training complex is adapted for various types of classes, as well as for knowledge control and assessment. At the moment, the simulator can be used to practice the skills of assembling the Soyuz-2.1a, Soyuz-2.1b and Soyuz-2.1v launch vehicles. It is planned in the future to develop the training complex into a so-called virtual cosmodrome, to supplement this module with training at the launch complex up to launch. In addition, in the future, the range of missiles will be expanded in the system, since it is planned to add the Angar missile family.

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