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‘No End in Sight’ to Fraud in Russia’s Space Agency, Top Investigator Says
“It’s a very simple scheme: The money is first moved abroad, then the family leaves, and then the defendant follows [them],” Bastrykin said.
Russia to Send 'Outstanding Citizens' to Space for Free
Teachers and scientists will be given priority for the reward, the head of Roscosmos said.
Russian Space Official Fired After Comparing People to ‘Livestock’
“What category of Khrushevka livestock do you belong to: Do you drink, take drugs, or throw trash in the courtyard?" the official said.
Russia Plans to Send Space Tourists on ‘Gagarin Route’ by 2021
Roscosmos signed a deal with the U.S. space tourism firm Space Adventures to send two civilians to the ISS by late 2021.
Russian Space Chief Calls for More Women in Space
Media earlier reported on Russia's plans to put together a team of all-female cosmonauts.
Russian Space Chief Hits Back at Meme-Making Critics, Takes U.S. Snub in Stride
The head of Russia’s space administration wants critics to cut it out with their memes.
Russia Angered by NASA’s Revoked Invitation to U.S.
The U.S. decision to revoke an invitation for Russia’s space chief to visit the country has outraged Russian lawmakers.
Russia Will Send Tourists to Space Faster Than a Moscow-Brussels Flight, Space Head Vows
Passenger flights from the Russian capital to the capital of Belgium average 3 hours and 45 minutes.
Russia Announces Plans to Establish Moon Colony by 2040
Russia plans to send its first manned mission to the moon and start construction of a long-term base between 2025 and 2034.
Over $150M Embezzled in Construction of Russia’s Far East Spaceport — Prosecutors
Russia sees the Vostochny Cosmodrome project as vital to secure the country's independent access to space.
Russia Plans Long-Term Base on the Moon — Space Agency
“We’re talking about creating a long-term base," Rogozin said Tuesday.
Russia Launches International Manhunt for Space Contractor Reportedly Hiding in U.S.
Estimated damages from the suspected fraud amount to “hundreds of millions of rubles.”
Cosmonautics Day: Russia's Space Exploration In Photos
On April 12, 1961, Vostok 1 became the first successful manned space flight in history.
Russia’s Vostochny Cosmodrome Bosses Jailed for Mass Corruption
7.5 billion rubles ($126 million) were embezzled during the construction of Vostochny.
Russian Space Agency Calls SpaceX Falcon Launch 'a Nice Trick'
Russia's reaction to the launch on Tuesday was ambivalent.
How Elon Musk Beat Russia's Space Program (Op-ed)
The upstart billionaire's private passion enabled SpaceX to achieve things the Russian industry has given up on.
Russia’s Vostochny Cosmodrome Workers Hunger Strike for Third Year
Construction workers at Russia’s Far East spaceport are staging a hunger strike for the third year in a row demanding salaries that they haven’t received...
Russia’s Cosmonaut Club Suddenly Loses Two Legends
Two of Russia's most famous living cosmonauts, Gennady Padalka and Sergei Volkov, are retiring from spaceflight.
'Russia Is No Place for Dreamers:' Meet the Rocket Entrepreneurs Battling Bureaucracy to Conquer Space
Russian rocket scientists with a bold vision of the future struggle against bureaucratic red-tape and a conservative investment climate to build Russia's...
Remember Russia's Awesome Angara Rocket? It's Delayed, Again.
Russia has delayed the second launch of its heavy Angara A5 space rocket. The rocket flew once in 2014.
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