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PICTURE OF THE DAY

MLM

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For the first time in two decades, Soyuz spacecraft shared the processing room with a 20-ton space station module.


 

NEXT IN SPACE:

October 14, 08:45 Moscow Time: A Soyuz-2-1a rocket to launch the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft (production No. 747, ISS mission 63S) from Site 31 in Baikonur toward the International Space Station, ISS.

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Science aboard Nauka module

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HUMAN SPACE FLIGHT

INSIDER CONTENT: Structural design of the MLM Nauka

INSIDER CONTENT: Introducing MLM Nauka

INSIDER CONTENT: Post-docking operations with Nauka

INSIDER CONTENT: Spacewalk to prepare Pirs' departure from ISS

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MILITARY SPACE

Russian military satellites suspected docking in space

Kosmos-2543 makes rendezvous with a secret target

Russia launches missile-watching satellite

Soyuz-2 launches the 60th GLONASS mission

Soyuz launches Meridian satellite

COMMERCIAL AND APPLICATION SPACE

Proton launches Ekspress duo after a 24-hour delay

OneWeb plans to resume its launches from Russia

Elektro-L3 moves to a new position in orbit

OneWeb satellites parked in temporary orbits

INSIDER CONTENT: First look at the RBKA satellite

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

INSIDER CONTENT: ExoMars postponed from 2020 to 2022

INSIDER CONTENT: Crunch time for ExoMars in 2020

INSIDER CONTENT: ESA to repeat critical ExoMars parachute tests

INSIDER CONTENT: Spektr-RG reaches its destination

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INSIDER CONTENT: Roskosmos begins mass production of the RD-191 engine

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HISTORY

Life's first space-return vehicle

60 years ago: Belka and Strelka

Congreve rocket

60 years ago: Forgotten Vostok

20 years ago: Zvezda docks at ISS

RUSSIAN SPACE AS YOU NEVER SEEN IT!

 

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Last update: September 29, 2020