Russia has put up for sale one of its space modules, which in 2018 returned a Russian and two Americans from the International Space Station (ISS).
“Descent module No. 738 of the Soyuz MS-08 mission is available on the Glavcosmos web portal for purchase,” read a statement issued late Tuesday by Glavkosmos, a subsidiary of Russia´s Roscosmos space agency.
“This lander can become an excellent exhibition showpiece for any public or private exhibition dedicated to aerospace,” the statement added.
Glavcosmos spokesman Yevgeny Kolomiyev told AFP that the price of the descent module was not being publically disclosed because it was a “trade secret” and that prospective buyers would need to submit requests through the agency´s website.
he Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft in March 2018 sent cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev and NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel and Richard Arnold to the ISS.