Russia’s cosmodromes: what comes after Baikonur?
The Baikonur Cosmodrome marks its 60th anniversary on June 2
Flight control in Korolyov, Moscow region, on July 26 morning conducted a maneuver to avoid a collision of the International Space Station with space debris, Interfax-AVN was told in the space industry.
6 Russian women to simulate moon mission
Russia plans to resume launches of RS-20 Voevoda intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) under the Dnepr program, which is designed to combine the disposal of ICBMs and the placement of civilian payloads into orbit, the Russian Defense Ministry told Interfax-AVN on July 23
Russia's Soyuz TMA-17M spacecraft with three crewmembers onboard, which was launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on July 23, has successfully docked to the MIM-1 small research module of the International Space Station's Russian segment following a six-hour autonomous flight
Russia's next-generation spaceship will land on Russian territory rather than in Kazakhstan, which is the landing area for Soyuz vehicles
‘First Time’ tells story of world’s first spacewalk by cosmonaut Alexei Leonov
U.S. military space surveillance systems are watching orbital maneuvers of the Russian military satellite Kosmos-2504, launched from the Plesetsk spaceport in the Arkhangelsk region in March, a U.S. specialized website said with the reference to a U.S. Air Force official
The creators of the new Orlan-MKS space suit, which is equipped with a unique automatic thermoregulation system, plan to send it to space by the end of the year
Batteries will soon be supplied to the International Space Station (ISS) for powering the Robonaut 2 humanoid robot, Roscosmos has said
Soyuz-Apollo test project prompted detente, improved Soviet-U.S. relations in Cold War epoch - crewmember Leonov
The Soyuz-Apollo test project, which is marking its 40th anniversary, contributed a lot to international detente and improved relations between the Soviet Union and the United States, test project participant and pilot-cosmonaut Alexei Leonov said
The mission became the beginning of international cooperation in space
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a federal law On the State Corporation for Space Activities Roscosmos, the Kremlin press service reported on July 13
Enthusiasts have come up with a way to get people to raise their head up again and think about the stars
Details about Roscosmos, Russia’s new state space corporation, were revealed on July 7
British satellite contract not to hinder construction of rockets for Roscosmos, Defense Ministry - Progress director
The Samara Progress State Research and Production Space Center is capable of building 21 Soyuz rockets in 2017-2019 to launch approximately 700 telecom satellites of the British company OneWeb, Samara CSKB Progress General Director Alexander Kirilin told Interfax-AVN on July 7
China is interested in buying Russia's RD-180 dual-combustion chamber 400 tonne thrust engines for its prospective super-heavy-lift launch vehicle, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax-AVN on July 7
Russia's Soyuz-U launch vehicle (LV) carrying the Progress M-28M cargo spacecraft with supplies for the International Space Station (ISS) crew blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Friday morning
Konstantin Bronzit on animation, space and the future of movies
The first Proton-M mission after the May accident has been scheduled for August 23.
Major boost to national space agency bruised by launch failures