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April 30, 2016
ROCKET SCIENCE
Committee votes to double Russian rocket engine procurement
Washington DC (Sputnik) Apr 29, 2016
The US Congress armed services committee voted to double the purchase of Russian-made rocket engines in a Thursday vote, US media reported. The United States has been relying on Russia-made RD-180 rocket engines to put its national security satellites into orbit, despite efforts to reduce dependence on Russian technology in the use of launch vehicles. "[I'm] aware of the need to end our reliance to Russian rocket engines, but not at the expense of the required of assured access," author of the ame ... read more
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RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia looks east with Vostochny Cosmodrome
Russia's newly-built Vostochny space center in the Far East will open a window on Asia and strengthen Russia's position in the region, Andrei Ionin, a member of the Tsiolkovsky Academy of Cosmonauti ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

US to reduce dependence on Russian rocket engines soon: Bolden
The US space program is close to ending its dependence on Russia's Syouz to launch American astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Charles Bolden said. ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Johns Hopkins researchers aim for safer, more efficient rocket engines
The U.S. Air Force has awarded two contracts totaling $1.48 million to the Energetics Research Group, based within Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering, to help set the stage for ... more
ENERGY DAILY


RUSSIAN SPACE

Putin reprimands Roscosmos heads for launch delays
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued reprimands to Roscosmos head Igor Komarov and Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees the country's space industry, for the delay in launching ... more


RUSSIAN SPACE

Beijing, Moscow have great potential for space cooperation
Russia and China have several areas of fruitful cooperation, in particular, the construction of engines and various electronic components for space exploration, according to the head of the Chinese ... more

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

BRICS to the rescue
The BRICS countries are working to implement an initiative of sharing information on the Earth's remote sensing, which will allow to swiftly respond to emergency situations and disasters, Russia's F ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

India's Mainland to Host Next Hub of Nuclear Plants
India has announced plans to set up half a dozen nuclear power plants on the mainland. Officials indicated their preference for Russian nuclear power plants as the terms and conditions of "expensive ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Merkel says Germany ready to reinforce NATO eastern flank

Finland risks 'serious crisis' with Russia if it joins NATO: study

China rejects Hong Kong port call by US carrier: Pentagon

Marshall Islands welcomes US disaster declaration

Netherlands to hand out iodine pills in case of nuclear accident

China, Russia rap US missile defence plan in S. Korea

Textron adds VTOL capability to Aerosonde unmanned aerial system

MOON DAILY

First rocket made ready for launch at Vostochny spaceport
A Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket has been installed at Russia's new Vostochny Cosmodrome's launch site ahead of its first space launch, Russia's Federal Space Agency Roscosmos said Saturday in a statemen ... more
GPS NEWS

Advanced self-propelled Russian rifle gets satellite-navigated shells
Russia's advanced self-propelled howitzer, the Koalitsiya- SV, is capable of firing high-precision shells, which are navigated using a GLONASS module, according to the Russian newspaper Rossiyskaya ... more
RUSSIAN SPACE

NASA Interested in Using Russia's Vostochny Spaceport
The Russian space agency's deputy chief said Roscosmos and NASA were yet to figure out how they could use the spaceport in Russia's Far East jointly but added that this was a matter of "a not-so-dis ... more
Human 2 Mars Conference May 17-19 2016 - Washington DC
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NUKEWARS

US-Russia plutonium disposal talks expected 'at some point'
US Assistant Secretary of State for Nonproliferation Thomas Countryman said that the United States will eventually discuss Russian concerns over the Plutonium Management and Disposition Agreement re ... more
RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia to put 11 communications satellites into orbit by 2025
Russia plans to put a dozen of new communications satellites into the Earth's orbit in the next nine years, the head of the country's communications agency Rossvyaz said Thursday. "A program h ... more
24/7 News Coverage
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Critically endangered Himalayan wolf needs global conservation effort

Tiny fossil horses put their back into it

Xi move on faction suggests China elite struggle

Million people urge Bayer to stop bee-killer pesticides

TECH SPACE

Mysterious 'four-dimensional' iron oxide explained
An international group of researchers including Russian scientists from the Moscow State University has been studying the behaviour of the recently-discovered Fe4O5, iron oxide. The group has succee ... more
AEROSPACE

Russian stealth bomber to carry hypersonic missiles
Russia is pressing ahead with plans to develop its new PAK-DA stealth bomber, which is on par with its US analogues and will carry an array of modern weapons, including hypersonic missiles. Th ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Arianespace cooperation with Russia remains smooth amid sanctions
The collaboration between French commercial launch service provider Arianespace and its Russian partners continues normally amid Western sanctions imposed on Russia, President of Arianespace, Inc. C ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Pentagon says replacing Russian engines would cost extra $1Bln
Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Logistics Frank Kendall said that the US armed forces will need to buy Russian RD-180 engines for Atlas rocket boosters to send satellites into space f ... more
STATION NEWS

US-Russia Space Projects Set Example of Good Cooperation
Russian cosmonaut and the executive director for Roscosmos manned programs Sergei Krikalev told Sputnik that the space cooperation between Moscow and Washington was a vivid example of the countries' ... more

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STATION NEWS

Russia, US discuss boosting efficiency of cooperation at ISS
The deputy head of the Russian Federal Space Agency said that Russia and the United States discussed the possibility of increasing the efficiency of cooperation at ISS. Russia and the United S ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

China offers electronics for Russian rocket engines
China is ready to share radiation-resistant electronic components used in spacecraft construction with Russia in exchange for the technology of building liquid-fuel rocket engines, a senior Roscosmo ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Report: U.S. wind energy sector booming

EU roaming charges drop sharply on Saturday

Russia's Central Bank keeps rates unchanged

PetroChina posts first quarterly loss since listing

Crude oil rally knows no limit

Oil opposition grows on both U.S. shores

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MISSILE DEFENSE

Planned US Missile Defense Units in Asia-Pacific Threaten China, Russia

RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia's Vostochny Cosmodrome ready to start launching

MARSDAILY

Russia, Italy plan first bid to explore beneath mars surface in 2018

MISSILE NEWS

Russian Tornado-S rocket systems delivers powerful blow

RUSSIAN SPACE

US, Russia should extend space cooperation after rockets replaced

RUSSIAN SPACE

McCain concerned over presence of Russians during US launches

RUSSIAN SPACE

Roscosmos: Russia wins case over Yukos-related seizure of $700M in France

ROCKET SCIENCE

Development of two US engines to replace Russian RD-180 going as planned

RUSSIAN SPACE

EU, Russia explore future joint space projects

SPACEWAR

US needs 18 more Russian rocket engines for its military satellites

Mysterious lab guarding Russia's nuke secrets marks 70th anniversary

Russian scientists develop long-range secure quantum comms system

Russia to shift all Lunar launches to Vostochny Cosmodrome

Iranian space success result of close contact with Russian scientists

ULA to name cause of Atlas V early booster shutdown in week

Russia to use Baikonur for space launches at least until 2023

Russia to begin building new spacecraft this summer

Russia working on new generation of space rocket engines

China, India pave the way to BRICS cooperation in space

Putin says space critical for Russia-US Cooperation despite differences

Impossible superconductors gone live

First joint EU-Russian ExoMars mission to reach Mars orbit Oct 16

Russia's space exploration 'reviving' despite sanctions, budget cuts

RadioAstron Observations of the Extremely Hot Heart of Quasar 3C 273

Boeing takes steps to block sale of Sea Launch

Russian Glonass Satellite Scheduled for Launch on May 21

Glonass navigation system's ground infrastructure successfully completed

Souped-Up Nona-S Mortar System to Join Russian Troops Soon

US plutonium disposition abides by agreement with Russia - UNSC

'Smoothed' light will help search for Earth's twins


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