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Progress Launched First Time after Accident
The Progress cargo spacecraft has been launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome to the International Space Station.
--23-02-2017--
Roscosmos to Design Lighter Version of Proton
Joint project Bayterek (Russia-Kazakhstan) implies the use of a new space-rocket complex of Roscosmos.
--28-06-2016--
Carrier with ExoMars Station Set in Baikonur
The carrier rocket Proton-M, which is to deliver the interplanetary station ExoMars to the open space is already in the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
--14-03-2016--
Rocket for ExoMars-2016 Delivered to Baikonur
The carrier rocket Proton-M intended for launching spacecrafts of the Russian-European research mission ExoMars-2016 has been delivered to the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
--16-02-2016--
Russia Overtook the USA in Number of Space Flights Again
In 2015 Russia has carried out 29 space launches, the Roscosmos state corporation reports.
--30-12-2015--
New Complex Of Measuring Data Acquisition Started Working In Baikonur
The new complex of measuring data acquisition and processing of Baikonur East received the first telemetry data of the Russian segment of the ISS.
--21-06-2015--
Launches Of Proton May Stop
The launches of Russian carrier rockets Proton from the Baikonur cosmodrome may stop in 2025. This was announced by the Deputy Chairman of the Aerospace Committee of the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan (Kazkosmos) Erkin Shaimagambetov.
--14-01-2015--
Two Carrier Rockets To Be Launched In February
Soyuz-U launch vehicle carrying Progress M-22M transport cargo ship and Proton-M carrier rocket with Turkish Turksat-4A communication satellite are planned to be launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in February.
--17-01-2014--
Everybody Can Launch a Rocket From Baikonur
The visitors of the Ural Museum of Astronautics will be allowed to launch rockets.
--29-04-2013--
Russian Rocket Launches European Meteo Satellite
On Monday, a Russian Soyuz-2.1a rocket left off from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan, carrying a European weather satellite.
--24-09-2012--
Russia Begins Interplanetary Missions after 20-years Break
The "Phobos-Soil" unmanned interplanetary station will be launched into space in November of this year, which means Russia will resume flights to other planets after a long break of 20 years.
--26-09-2011--





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