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Articles with tag "Roscosmos"
U.S. Flies Russian Cosmonaut to ISS Despite Ukraine War
A SpaceX rocket carrying a Russian crew member blasted off from Florida Wednesday on a voyage that carries significant symbolism as war rages in Ukraine...
'we will keep flying'
Russia Space Agency Seeking to Extend ISS Participation Past 2024 – Official
Russia's space agency is discussing with Moscow a continuation of its participation in the International Space Station past 2024, a Roscosmos official...
red planet row
Europe Aborts Joint Mars Mission With Russia
In response, Russia forbade its cosmonauts on the International Space Station from using a particular piece of equipment.
frozen in time
Russia's Cosmos Town, an Isolated Relic of Soviet Glory
Baikonur is where the Soviet Union made its greatest space achievements — but the town's younger generation see their future elsewhere.
Russian State Media to Open 'World’s First' News Bureau in Space
Cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin will report on daily life on board the ISS for the state-run TASS news agency.
Russian Crew Arrives at Space Station to Film First Movie in Orbit
The movie's plot centers around a female surgeon who is dispatched to the International Space Station to save an astronaut.
race to the moon
Russia Postpones Lunar Mission Over ‘Problems During Testing'
The Luna-25 mission to the Moon's south pole aims to probe ice deposits there.
Russia's Nauka Science Module Docks With ISS
Russia's laboratory module Nauka on Thursday successfully docked with the International Space Station after more than a decade of delays.
Russia Shields Fraud-Plagued Space Agency From Foreign Scrutiny
The FSB argues the information on Roscosmos' work — as well as its problems — can be used against Russia by foreign states and organizations.
Russia Races Tom Cruise and Musk for First Movie in Space
One of Russia's most celebrated actresses, Yulia Peresild, is blasting off to the ISS with film director Klim Shipenko in October.
Russia Launches New Batch of U.K. Telecom Satellites Into Space
A Soyuz rocket blasted off from the Vostochny cosmodrome in Russia's Far East on Monday.
going it alone
Russia Says to Launch Own Space Station in 2025
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov recently said Moscow was considering leaving the ISS program from 2025 because of the station's age.
end of an era
Russia to Quit Int’l Space Station in 2025 – Reports
Russia’s space agency reportedly plans to deploy its own orbiting outpost after international agreements on the use of ISS expire in 2024.
2 Russian Cosmonauts, NASA Astronaut Return from ISS
"It is great to be on this side of things," said NASA astronaut Kate Rubins.
3-Man Crew Docks at ISS After Flight Honoring Gagarin
Reminders of Yuri Gagarin's achievement were everywhere as the crew prepared for their half-year mission aboard the ISS.
Russia’s First Space Tourism Company Closes
Kosmokurs planned to charge tourists between $200,000 and $250,000 to spend about five minutes in zero gravity.
To Infinity and Beyond
Russia Launches More UK Telecom Satellites into Space
The Soyuz-2.1b rocket with British communication satellites launched from the Vostochny cosmodrome on Thursday morning.
Russia Sends Long-Awaited Food, Supplies to ISS Cosmonauts
The Progress MS-16 freighter's delayed launch forced Russian cosmonauts to turn to American colleagues for supplies.
Russia Test Launches Long-Delayed Angara Heavy Lift Rocket
Launches of the Angara, Russia's first post-Soviet rocket, have been beset with delays and glitches over the years.
Kremlin Walks Back Putin Claims on Jailed Ex-Journalist’s Treason Charges
Putin misspoke when he said that Safronov is being prosecuted for actions during his time at Roscosmos, the Kremlin said.
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