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50 years ago, on October 12, 1964, the USSR continued its pioneering conquest of space orbiting the first multi-member crew onboard the Voskhod ("sunrise") spacecraft.


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Nov. 24: A Soyuz-FG rocket to launch Soyuz TMA-15M (No. 715) from Baikonur to the ISS.

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Mission of Soyuz TMA-15M

Published: Nov. 21

 

Concluding comings and goings of crews inhabiting the International Space Station, ISS, in 2014, Soyuz TMA-15M (Production No. 715) is scheduled to deliver three members of Expedition 42 and 43 on November 24 and return them back to Earth in March 2015.

The liftoff of a Soyuz-FG rocket was scheduled for Nov. 24, 2014, at 00:01:14 Moscow Time (4:01 p.m. EST on Nov. 23) from Pad No. 6 at Site 31 in Baikonur Cosmodrome.

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MANNED SPACE FLIGHT

 

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Kosmos-2499: Is it a spy or an assassin... or both?

Soyuz delivers seventh Meridian satellite

Russia to orbit South-Africa's first spy satellite Kondor-E

 

 

Proton successfully returns to flight delivering a secret Olymp satellite

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Russian "ghost" satellite continues mysterious orbital maneuvers

 

COMMERCIAL AND APPLICATION SPACE

 

Dnepr launches five Japanese satellites

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Ukraine's Lybid to be ready for launch by year end

 

Failure scenario emerges in Galileo launch

Russia plans new Ellipse comsat constellation

Meteor-M2 delivers its first image

 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

 

ESA narrows down the ExoMars landing site choices

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Russia initiates work on solar sail

India ends cooperation with Russia on lunar landing

First Vozvrat capsule to fly in 2021

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Kremlin denies Vostochny delays

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Soyuz launch failure investigation completed

 

 

Proton failure investigation officially completed

Bulava flies test mission

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HISTORY

 

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