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Progress Cargo Vessel to Hit the Ground on May 8 - American Space Agency
Russia'a 'Progress-M-27 M' cargo vessel that failed to dock with the ISS earlier is now gradually descenting from its orbit to fall to the ground somewhere around May 8, almost at any point on the globe, according to American USSTRATCOM space center.
--06-05-2015--
Russia's Soyuz Spacecraft Successfully Docks with ISS
The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft carrying US and Russian cosmonauts successfully docked with the International Space Station six hours after its launch from the Baikonur space center.
--29-03-2015--
New Russian Rocket to Take off Next Year
Russia plans to launch the new heavy-class Angara-A5 carrier rocket in 2016, Andrei Kalinovsky, the acting head of the Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center, said on Wednesday.
--27-02-2015--
Russia to Present New ISS Module in 2016
Russia's Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center has promised to present a new module for the International Space Station (ISS) in February 2016, the center's acting chief told the press.
--26-02-2015--
Russia and US to Modernize Orion Spacecraft Together
Russian Space Corporation 'Energia' ("Energy") and Lockheed Martin and Boeing, US, have signed an agreement to modernize the new US multi-purpose crew vehicle Orion so that it can dock with Russian spacecraft.
--27-12-2014--
Russian Launches US Telecoms Satellite
On Sunday Russias Proton-M carrier rocket with a US telecoms satellite, Intelsat-23, blasted off from the Baikonur space centre.
--15-10-2012--
First Russian Private Satellite to Be Launched in 2013
First Russia's satellite designed and constructed by a private company will be launched next year, Dauria Aerospace head Mikhail Kokorich told RBK Daily.
--25-09-2012--
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 to Carry Out Four Lunar Mission Before 2020
Russia will start building an unmanned base on the Moon after 2025, as a hit of a big Russia's lunar program.
--31-08-2012--
Russian Space Agency Offers a Tender for Moon Rocket Design
Russia's Roscosmos space agency has announced a ten-million ruble ($300,000) tender for a Moon rocket design.
--06-08-2012--
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.
--30-07-2012--
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.
--24-07-2012--
No Moon Missions for Russia until 2018
Russia's projected manned spacecraft capable of flights to the moon will not fly until 2018, the head of Russia's space agency, Roscosmos, Vladimir Popovkin, said on Wednesday.
--23-07-2012--





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