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Source: Russia Federal Space

#Media # TASS # IBMP RAS # Progress MS-17 06/13/2021 11:50 Progress will deliver Russian food to American and Japanese astronauts on the ISS Russian food will be delivered by Progress MS-17 cargo spacecraft for NASA astronaut Mark Wande Hai and JAXA representative Akihiko Hoshide. This was reported to the Russian news agency TASS by the head of the ISS crew nutrition department of the Institute of Biomedical Problems (IMBP) of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Agureev. “For Hoshide there are 38 of our products: cold cuts, beef with mayonnaise, goulash, meat in jelly, chicken omelet, chicken with nutmeg, chicken meat with prunes, beef tongue in jelly, eggplant caviar, squash caviar, meat with pearl barley, borscht with meat, pickle with meat, kharcho soup, cottage cheese with sea buckthorn puree and others, “Agureev said. According to the head of the department, 51 items are intended for the American astronaut, including kharcho and peasant soups. At the request of Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Peter Dubrov, mustard, horseradish, and lecho ketchup will be delivered to orbit. Fresh fruits and vegetables will also be sent from the Earth on Progress. “From the list made by relatives – cheese, smoked sausages, dry-cured chicken chips, original student cocktail, fried almonds, a mixture of nuts with raisins, dried fruits, chocolate, marmalade, sausages uncooked smoked, orange juice with pulp, juicy birch juice, apple juice, sweets “Belochka”, “Mishka clubfoot”, candied banana fruits, dried cranberries, dried apricots, etc. ” -17 “is scheduled for the night of June 30. Currently, there are seven crew members on board the ISS: Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Peter Dubrov, NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hai, Shane Kimbrow and Megan MacArthur, ESA astronaut Tom Peske, and JAXA astronaut Akihiko Hoshide.

Source: TASS June 11, 2021, 01:04


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