Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
The astronaut Sergey Ryazansky noted that the ISS closely watches the construction of the bridge through the Kerch Strait.
The Russian astronaut Sergey Ryazansky, who is now on the ISS, published pictures of the Crimea Bridge taken from aboard the International Space Station. In the photos taken by the astronaut it is possible to see the railway arch, which was recently installed on the bridge.
Ryazansky noted that astronauts at the ISS monitor the construction of the bridge through the Kerch Strait.
“We also monitor the construction of the bridge through the Kerch Strait from aboard the International Space Station. At the beginning of this week one of the most difficult designs was installed – a railway arch weighing 6,000 tons was hoisted on the abutments at a height of 35 meters above sea level. In the photos, just, it is clearly visible,” wrote the astronaut.
Earlier it was reported that in Crimea the most difficult technological operation on the installation of the arch of the railway bridge through the Kerch Strait took place successfully. The installation of the arch took 14 hours.
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