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Next-gen rocket power

Designs for new-generation rocket engines emerge.


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LATEST NEWS, UPDATES

 

Soyuz MS-04 returns to Earth

Angosat set for December launch

Meteor-M2 images Harvey

 

 

Russia's "new" next manned rocket detailed

LCUB module becomes ESPRIT

MANNED SPACE FLIGHT

 

Russia to support ISS extension, might jump on cis-lunar bandwagon!

Washing machine for MLM tanks is ready for operation!

Soyuz MS-05 successfully docks at ISS

 

Progress MS-05 ends its mission

ESA proposes new logistics vehicle for cis-lunar outpost

Cis-lunar station might lose its second habitation module

 

MILITARY SPACE

 

Russian inspector satellite begins its mission

Soyuz-2-1v launches a secret satellite

Second EKS satellite enters orbit

 

Russian mystery sat comes back to life

Four GLONASS launches expected in 2017

OKB MEI works on a giant space antenna

 

COMMERCIAL AND APPLICATION SPACE

 

Kanopus-V-IK catches wild fires

Zenit production jumpstart still faces hurdles

Kanopus-V-IK delivers its first photos

 

 

First photos of Obzor-R satellite

Proton to fly four more missions in 2017

Proton returns to flight successfully with EchoStar-21

 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

 

Spektr-R makes critical orbit correction

Spektr-RG faces more delays

Russia works on ExoMars-2020 lander design

 

Spektr-R to make critical orbit correction

ESA details Schiaparelli crash

Spektr-RG gets its first instrument

 

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ROCKETRY

 

The 5M variant to fix Angara-5's ills

Soyuz-FG's long road to retirement

Vostochny missions on schedule for 2017

 

RD-870 could become Ukraine's first booster engine

Ukranian team tours Canadian site

Proton's return to flight planned

 

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HISTORY

 

5M project (Part 2): From the N1 rocket to Proton

Origin of the Soviet Mars sample-return project

Vladimir Komarov's tragic flight aboard Soyuz-1

 

 

Kosmos-154: Just one little mistake

50 years ago: Enduring mystery of Kosmos-146

Kosmos-140: Paving the way to... disaster

 

RUSSIAN SPACE AS YOU NEVER SEEN IT!

 

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Last update: September 25, 2017