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April 24, 2014
Russia to Keep Working With Astronauts From US, Europe, Japan
Moscow (RIA Novosti) Apr 24, 2014
Russian cosmonauts will continue to work with their colleagues from the US, Europe and Japan, despite a number of recent NASA statements about curtailing space cooperation, the head of the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center said. "I have been flying with these guys, with the Americans and the Europeans, my friends have been flying as well," Yuri Lonchakov, a former cosmonaut, said in an interview with the Russia-24 TV channel. "I can say for sure that we have always worked together for t ... read more
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No Official Confirmation of NASA Severing Ties with Russian Space Agency
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Russia to Test Launch New Angara Rocket June 25
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Astronauts Prep for Spacewalk as Mission Managers Evaluate Busy Schedule
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Russia's Glonass system fails second time in April
Nine Russian navigation satellites had gone out of service for the second time in this month, the Federal Space Agency Roscosmos said Tuesday. According to Roscosmos, between 01:00 and 01:30 M ... more
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Russia launches its new ICBM from Plesetsk space centre
The Russian Strategic Missile Troops have successfully test fired an RS-24 Yars intercontinental ballistic missile with a multiple re-entry vehicle from the Plesetsk cosmodrome, a Russian Defence Mi ... more

Russia should be ready for non-contact war
The future of the Russian armed forces lies in developing high-precision 'smart' weapons and boosting the capacity to conduct no-contact warfare, a Russian deputy prime minister in charge of the def ... more

Russia will continue rocket engines supplies to US
Earlier, the media reported that the US was seeking a license for domestic manufacturing of RD-180 rocket engines. Russia will continue supplying powerful RD-180 rocket engines to the US, the Rocket ... more
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Russia plans to get a foothold in the Moon
Russia plans to organize a permanent base on the moon rather than leave it after several successful missions, the Russian deputy defense minister in charge of defense and space industries said. "The ... more

Putin Hopes For Further Cooperation With Committee on Space Research
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed hope that Russia will continue its cooperation with the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) during a meeting with the president of the organization on Fri ... more
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NASA to go ahead with joint projects with Russia, aside from ISS
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No politics in space: ISS example of what Russia, US can achieve working together
The International Space Station is an example of what Russia and the US can accomplish by working together, US astronaut Michael Hopkins told RT, adding that the cooling relations between Moscow and ... more

Russia warns Ukraine against missile technologies proliferation
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China issues first assessment on space activities

China launches experimental satellite

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ESA to continue space cooperation with Russia unlike NASA
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Russian Astronaut Misurkin Dreams of Going to the Moon, Mars
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Russian Federal Space Agency is elaborating Moon exploration program
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