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Media: Roscosmos to 3D-Print Live Tissues at ISS
Russia's state space corporation "Roscosmos" intends to carry out an experiment in 3D-printing of live tissues on board the International Space Station.
Russian GoPro for Astronauts to Be Tested in Outer Space Next Year
Autonomous Video Surveillance System is intended for the new generation space suits Orlan-ISS, which are planned to be transported to the International Space Station this year.
Space Oddity: Chris Hadfield Safely Lands to Millions of YouTube Views
In the space of his own career, Space Oddity has remained David Bowie's most commercially successful hit. Almost prophetically written a few months before Apollo II mission, a story of an unfortunate spaceman Major Tom told the earthlings that "planet Earth is blue", which was then confirmed by the Apollo photographs. Many years later, Commander Chris Hadfield used his final day at the International Space Station to record his own cover of Bowie's song. This double tribute - both to the song and to David Bowie, whose exhibition at the Victoria and Albert in London runs till August - has amassed millions of views on YouTube.


New Expedition Crew Transferred from Soyuz Spacecraft to the ISS
Astronauts Oleg Artemyev (Roscosmos), Andrew Feustel and Richard Arnold (NASA) have arrived at the International Space Station.
Orbit of the ISS will be "Raised" by 600 Meters
Roscosmos experts specified that the engines of the Star module would be started on January 17 at 11:15 pm Moscow time.
ISS rew Landed on Earth and Evacuated from Space Capsule
Astronauts Fedor Yurchikhin, Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer have come back from the International Space Station to the Earth and evacuated from the lander capsule of the Soyuz MS 04.
Russian Astronauts Usually Take Black Caviar to the ISS
Astronauts from different countries like to share their national foods with each other. Foreign astronauts prefer Russian cottage cheese with nuts.
Russian Astronaut Sergei Ryazansky Plans to Blog from ISS
The Hero of the Russian Federation, testing cosmonaut Sergei Ryazansky, spoke about the growing popularity of social networks.
Progress MS-06 to Deliver Nano Satellites to International Space Station
The Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle with the cargo spacecraft Progress MS-06 has started from Baikonur.
Progress Launched First Time after Accident
The Progress cargo spacecraft has been launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome to the International Space Station.
International Space Station is Flying over Russia Now
From February 2 to 9 the trajectory of the International Space Station will run over most of Russia's land.
Progress MS-04 to Deliver Greenhouse and 1st Eternal Spacesuit to ISS
The CTV Progress MS-04 will deliver 2.5 tons of cargo to the International Space Station.
Crew of New Expedition Delivered to ISS by Soyuz MS-03
The crew of the manual craft Soyuz MS-03 opened the transfer hatch and boarded the International Space Station.
Soyuz MS-02 Docked to the ISS
The manned craft Soyuz MS-02 launched from Baikonur on October 19 has delivered an expedition to the International Space Station.
Latest Coating to Protect Windows of the ISS from Space Debris
The coating recently invented by scientists will protect from meteorites and space debris, which can incur serious damage to the outer layer of the ISS.
Astronaut Malenchenko Carried out Over 50 Experiments on 6th Visit to ISS
Dozens of experiments in various fields of science were carried out over the work period of the ISS-46/47 crew.
Kirov Dwellers Will See International Space Station
From July 29 to August 7 dwellers of the Kirov Region will be able to watch the flight of the ISS.
RSC Energia Predicts Loss of Monopoly in Transporting Astronauts to ISS
Russian Rocket and Space Corporation Energia might lose its monopoly in rendering transport services to and from the International Space Station after 2018.
Scientific and Power Module for ISS to be Assembled in Russia in 2019
The module is planned to be delivered to the International Space Station by means of the Proton-M rocket.
Soyuz with Crew of International Space Station is Back to Earth
Soyuz TMA-19M with its international crew has successfully returned to the Earth.
Modules for Future Russian Space Station to be Detached from ISS
"The Russian modules will be detached from the International Space Station only in case of termination of the ISS project", - the research institute of Roscosmos emphasizes.
Flights of NASA Astronauts to ISS are Under Threat
The delay of signing the contract between NASA and Rososmos brings risks to both the Americans and the entire ISS.
NASA to Collaborate with Russia in Preparing for Flight to Mars
The NASA administration has declared that the political situation will not affect the mission.
Astronauts Could not Get out of Space Capsule Upon Return from ISS
Experts helped Russian and American astronauts to get out of space capsule after returning from the Internatinal Space Station.
Russian Astronauts Are Repairing International Space Station
The Russians Yury Malenchenko and Sergey Volkov have started a planned extravehicular activity.
Roscosmos to Reduce Financing of ISS by 30 Billion Rubles
The Federal Space Program for 2016-2025 (FSP) has cut down expenses on operation of the International Space Station by around 10 per cent ($400).
Crews for New Expedition to ISS Approved
The interdepartmental commission has approved the main and backup crews for the new expedition to the International Space Station.
Russian Robot Psychologist to Support Astronauts at ISS
Russian experts have created a robot for psychological support to astronauts working at the International Space Station.
Astronaut Sergey Revin Opened World Space Week in Kostroma
Today saw the first-ever session with the International Space Station in Kostroma.
Last Progress M-M Delivered Over 2 Ton Freight to ISS
A Russian unmanned cargo spacecraft, the Progress M-M successfully docked to the International Space Station.
Orbital Altitude of ISS Increased by 950 Meters
The orbit of the International Space Station has been successfully corrected by experts of the Mission Control Center.
Crew of Russian and American Cosmonauts Returns to Earth from Space Station
On Tuesday, March 11, US astronaut Michael Hopkins and Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazansky landed safely in Kazakhstan after spending nearly six months in orbit aboard the International Space Station.
New Team of Astronauts Joins the International Space Station
A new team of astronauts has joined the International Space Station for another series of experiments. The team consists of a Roskosmos, a NASA, and an ESA astronauts.
Russian Cosmonauts Successfully Complete Spacewalk
Russia's crew members of the International Space Station, Gennady Padalka and Yury Malenchenko, completed a six-hour spacewalk having carried out all planned tasks.
Progress Space Freighter Re-docks with ISS
At the second attempt, the Russian Progress M-15M re-docked with the the International Space Station (ISS) with the help of a new rendezvous system on Sunday.
Progress Freighter Failed to Dock with Space Station
The re-docking of the Russian Progress 47 resupply spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) has been postponed till July 29 due to an apparent failure.
Russian "Soyuz" Spacecraft Docks with ISS
Russias Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS) on Tuesday, July 17.
Russian Spacecraft With Space Station Crew Reached Orbite
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft with three new crewmembers, launched from the Baikonur Space Center to the International Space Station (ISS), reached intermediate orbit.
Russian Cosmonauts Spent Over 6 Hours in Deep Space
On Thursday, two Russian cosmonauts ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) to fulfill some of the necessary tasks under the Russian space program.
RUSALKA Experiment Performed at ISS
Today ISS crew will test a technique for measuring concentrations of greenhouse gases in atmosphere from a near-earth orbit by means of RUSALKA (mermaid) device.
Spacewalk: Kedr Satellite to Be Launched Today
Today two Russian crewmembers of International space station will leave the station and work for the sake of science.
Russian Telescope to Perform Star Census
New space telescope, designed in Russia, will be installed at International space station for scanning the sky and collecting data for a new star catalogue.
ISS: Life after 2020
Neither Russian Federal Space Agency, nor other participants of the International space station programme plan to submerge the station in 2020, Russian authorities recently told mass-media.
Science Computer Game Played at ISS
Yesterday Russian dwellers of International space station played a computer game for scientific purposes.
Preparations for Spacewalk Started
Russian members of the International space stations crew started preparing a spacewalk, scheduled for August 3, 2011.
A Spacewalk Scheduled for August 2011
Another spacewalk of Russian crewmembers of the ISS is scheduled for August 2011.
How Space Affects Human Bones
The crew of the International space station will study the problem of calcium removal from bones during long-term space flights.

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