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May 27, 2015
China, Russia plan joint landing on the Moon
Moscow (Sputnik) May 27, 2015
Moscow and Beijing are planning to enhance their cooperation in space research and conduct joint manned space missions, particularly, to the moon. The US does not trust these plans, fearing that China and Russia could work on an anti-satellite weapon. China and Russia are planning to set up an alliance in the aerospace industry and conduct joint space missions to the moon, DWN wrote. The initiative is aimed at establishing common uniform standards which will be used in the production of spac ... read more
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Commission on Proton Rocket Failure to Finish Investigation by End of May
Over the last five years, there have been seven Proton carrier rocket failures. The latest took place on May 16, when a Proton-M was to deliver cargo to the ISS, but after reaching space lost its te ... more

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