TASS reports.

According to the interlocutor of the publication, the American space agency continues to update data on the possible service life of the ISS.

“Our goal is a continuous presence in low-earth orbit so that we can move from the station to another platform or platforms where we can continue to work in low-earth orbit,” concluded a NASA spokesman.

At a meeting of the Presidium of the Scientific and Technical Council on July 31, experts recommended, in connection with the planned completion of the ISS operation by 2028, to make a decision to start technical study of the design appearance of the new Russian Orbital Service Station ROSS (as part of the ISS or as an independent national station).