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Controversially, the spaces are also larger than normal, supposedly to help women to get in and out, as well as extra space for loading and unloading.
They stressed it was not because they lack spatial awareness when in backing in or out of spaces.
As the space race heats up, Elon Musk's Space X remains confident about its plans to send tourists into space by 2018. The head of Russia's most prominent spaceflight firm, RSC Energia, has questioned whether Space X even has a spacecraft ready for such a mission, adding that it 'would be difficult to carry out such a mission in 2018, and even in 2020.'Vladimir Solntsev (pictured left), the head of Russia's most prominent spaceflight firm, RSC Energia, has questioned whether Space X, (CEO, Elon Musk pictured right) even has a spacecraft ready for such a mission, adding that it 'would be difficult to carry out such a mission in 2018, and even in 2020'The Soyuz is a Russian spacecraft that carries people and supplies to and from the space station. Each Soyuz rocket has room for three people to ride in it.
At least one Soyuz is always attached to the space station.
But the move has sparked criticism from sceptics who claim it was a 'massively sexist and outdated' proposal.
Irina Izotova, organiser of the Fem Fest in the Russian capital, said: 'Highlighting this parking area might create a feeling of a so-called reservation for female drivers', but added that in 'this day and age' men are also responsible for the care of their own children.
Pesquet also posted the photo to his Flickr account where a small discussion is underway in the comments.
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If there were an emergency on the space station, the crew could use the Soyuz to leave the space station and return to Earth.
Source: Nasa Vladimir Solntsev, general director of RSC Energia made the comments while speaking with the Russian news agency TASS.
Mr Solntsev said: 'As for the state of affairs specifically at Elon Musk's company, it would be difficult to carry out such a mission in 2018, and even in 2020.'Nobody has yet even seen the designs.
There's no launch vehicle, no spacecraft.'The Crew Dragon spacecraft designed for missions to the ISS and Falcon 9 launch vehicle are a far cry from a spacecraft and a rocket that are needed for a mission towards the moon.'In February, Space X announced its plans to launch a crewed mission beyond the moon for two private paying customers in 2018.
Despite this, Mr Solntsev believes that his firm has an advantage over Space X.