OREANDA-NEWS Fedor, the Russian rescue robot (Skybot F-850), complained via Twitter about the not-so-comfortable conditions on the International Space Station (ISS) in which he had to “live” and work.

The robot, in accordance with the previously approved plan, was placed in the small research module No. 2 (MIM2) “Search” of the ISS Russian segment.

“This is not the most comfortable place, especially considering that it was the MIM2 equipment that malfunctioned in the near section of the docking August 24, 2019. I carry out equipment diagnostics. I hope that they will trust me to repair it,” Fedor wrote on Twitter.