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From Arctic to Caspian

The newly launched Meteor M2-2 satellite delivered its first images.


 

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July 20: A Soyuz-FG rocket to launch a Soyuz MS-13 (No. 746) transport spacecraft from Baikonur toward the International Space Station, ISS.

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The USSR's first known rival to Apollo

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In depth: Soviet lunar program | Moon Race chronology


Spektr-RG sails to its deep-space destination

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UPDATED: July 16, July 17

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Proton sends Spektr-RG into deep space

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In depth: Spektr-RG Home Page | Block DM-03 | Proton operations in 2019 (INSIDER CONTENT)


Technical problems mar preparations for Spektr-RG mission

UPDATED: June 23, July 1, July 8, July 9, July 11 , July 12, July 16

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Russia plans to reshape, extend its lunar robotic strategy

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Soyuz-2-1v launches military payloads

UPDATED: July 12


What parachute problems mean for ExoMars?

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Soyuz launches fresh Meteor weather watcher and 32 small satellites

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In depth: Meteor-M series | Vostochny Cosmodrome | Soyuz-2 series | Soyuz rocket operations in 2019


Russian lunar base mockup
at PAS-2019 explained

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Proton to fly commercial mission no earlier than September

UPDATED: June 28

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Soyuz MS-11 lands successfully despite propulsion problem

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Yamal-601 reaches its target orbit

UPDATED: June 4; June 18; June 24, June 26

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In depth: Proton rocket | Briz-M upper stage |
Proton operations in 2019
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Third Angara paves the way to serial production

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Angara-5V promised in 2026

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MANNED SPACE FLIGHT

INSIDER CONTENT: Roskosmos to tackle a multitude of tasks in Nauka module repairs

Progress MS-10 completes its mission

Cosmonauts conduct a spacewalk

INSIDER CONTENT: Russia begins cutting metal for Soyuz replacement

INSIDER CONTENT: Russian lunar lander experience, Part 1

MILITARY SPACE

Soyuz-2 rocket launches the 58th GLONASS mission

Russian military: EKS system to provide global coverage by 2020

EgyptSat-A enters orbit after a close-call Soyuz launch

Blagovest-13L to move toward its testing orbital position

Proton launches third Blagovest satellite

COMMERCIAL AND APPLICATION SPACE

Soyuz rocket launches fifth O3b quartet

Russian rocket launches first OneWeb cluster

Russia's love-hate relationship with OneWeb

Soyuz rocket launches a 28-satellite cluster

Russian rocket delivers European spy satellite

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Development of the Spektr-RG project in 2016

Development of the Spektr-RG project in 2015

INSIDER CONTENT: How Spektr-RG came back to life

INSIDER CONTENT: The original Spektr-RG satellite

INSIDER CONTENT: Luna-Grunt to test cosmonauts' lunar landing platform

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ROCKETRY

INSIDER CONTENT: RD-8: A veteran engine begins new life

Roskosmos to keep Gagarin's pad

Original contractor to build Angara pad

INSIDER CONTENT: Roskosmos head chairs meeting on the Soyuz-5 project

Angara moves closer to serial production

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HISTORY

The 21K spacecraft: The super-tanker of the Moon Race

Russian government details space budget, as severe cuts rumored

50 years ago: L1 No. 13L launch

50 years ago: Soyuz-4 and -5 fly a joint mission

Russian space program and rocket development in 2018

RUSSIAN SPACE AS YOU NEVER SEEN IT!

 

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Last update: July 17, 2019