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Russian Scientists to Help French Colleagues with Device for Exploring Mercury
Roscosmos will also assist in installing and testing the Phebus device on the spacecraft upon its delivery.
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.
ROSCOSMOS Will Allocate 16 Billion RUR for Monitoring Natural Resources
Roscosmos is going to create an optical-electronic space complex for studying the natural resources of Earth.
ROSCOSMOS Increased Financing of Robot Astronaut Project
The Federal Space Program for 2016-2025 (FSP) prepared by the space agency ROSCOSMOS provides increased financing of the robot astronaut project.
Russian-American Space Cooperation Becomes Controversial
Decision of the U.S. to suspend space cooperation with Russia except the International Space Station (ISS) has caused a controversial reaction among American experts, many of whom consider this move a mistake. Some NASA specialists believe that this could adversely affect the national space program, as well as the ISS project.


Roscosmos Discussed Possible Joint Projects with India and Japan
The meetings were held within the framework of the UNISPACE Symposium taking place in Vienna from June 18 to 21.
Roscosmos Airs its Plans for Development of Vostochny Spaceport
A complex for superheavy rockets will be developed at the Vostochny spaceport in the Amur Region.
Russia Prepares for its First Manned Landing on the Moon
The Russian space corporation Roscosmos is going to make the first manned landing on the Moon.
Roscosmos to Provide Developing Countries with Satellite Imagery by 2020
Offers for the most attractive markets are to be submitted to Roscosmos by the end of February 2017.
Roscosmos to Design Lighter Version of Proton
Joint project Bayterek (Russia-Kazakhstan) implies the use of a new space-rocket complex of Roscosmos.
Sanctions of the West Have not Affected Russian Astronautics
The piloted and scientific projects of Roscosmos have been barely affected by sanctions of the West.
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.
ROSCOSMOS Research for Safety of Flights to the Moon
The ROSCOSMOS state corporation will spend 2,3 billion rubles on the research project Pastoral, which aims to secure astronauts' safe stay on the Moon.
ROSCOSMOS to Create Water-Fuelled Space Engines
The ROSCOSMOS state corporation in 2018 will start developing spacecraft engines that run on water electrolysis product.
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).
ROSCOSMOS: Two ERS Satellites "Resource-P" Put into Operation
The Russian spacecrafts for the Earth remote sensing "Resource-P" No. 1 and No. 2 have been put into operation, the press service of Roscosmos reports.
ROSCOSMOS: Space Debris Might Become Hazard to Russia in 50 Years
Contamination of the Earth orbit can not only complicate space exploration, but also endanger the national security of Russia.
Roscosmos Will Be Headed By Igor Komarov
The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin appointed Igor Komarov the General Director of the Roscosmos state corporation.
Russia Expects More Space Tourists, Less Cosmonauts
Russia may cut the number of Russian cosmonauts in the crew of the International Space Station (ISS) in order to replace them with space tourists and to improve the commercial use of its ISS segment.
European Satellite Launched by Russian Proton-M Rocket
A Russian Proton-M space rocket, carrying a European Astra-2G communications satellite, was successfully launched on Sunday from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan, the press service of Russias space agency Roscosmos says.
Space Exploration Program
The Federal Space Agency has developed a program of far space exploration. The key point of this program will be the flight to the Moon.
Russia And The USA Resume Space Cooperation
Russia and the USA have resumed negotiations on the new joint projects on the International Space Station.
UK's Brightman Picked as Next Space Tourist
British star Sarah Brightman has been reported to be the picked as the next space tourist to travel to the ISS in September 2015.
Mexico Eyes Space Coop with Russia
Mexico seeks cooperation with Russia in space, the head of the national space agency told the Itar-TASS news agency.
French Arianespace And Roscosmos Signed A New Contract
French Arianespace and Roscosmos have signed an agreement for the deliveries of seven Russian Soyuz carrier rockets for launches from Kourou spaceport in 2016-2019.
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.
Solar Cells For Space
Rosnano and Renova develop solar cells for space at the cost of 120 million roubles.
The First Space Launch From Baikonur In 2013 Is Scheduled For February 5
The first space launch in 2013 is pre-scheduled for February 5: the carrier rocket "Soyuz-2.1a" with the upper stage rocket "Fregat" is to put six low-orbit communication satellites "Globalstar-2" into orbit.
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.
Russia Delays Space Military Launches in 2012
Russia plans to delay launches of military spacecraft this year because of a failed satellite launch on August.
Indonesian Satellite Found After Russian Spacecraft Failure
Contact has been made with an Indonesian telecommunications satellite which went missing after a failed launch on the Russian rocket last week
Russia Fails to Deliver Two Satellites to Transit Orbit
Briz-M booster failed to bring two satellites into a calculated transition orbit after the launch late on Monday, Russian Roscosmos space agency reported yesterday.
The Russian Space Industry Undergoes a Reform
The Russian Space Industry is about to undergo a deep reform. The plan, to be ratified by the President, will see a complete restructuring of the industry, with a special department dedicated to motor and mechanical equipment manufacturing.
Russian Spacecraft Failed to Reach Phobos
On Wednesday Russia launched a robotic spacecraft to one of Mars moons, Phobos, but it failed to reach a flying orbit after separation from the launch vehicle.

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