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September 28, 2016
RUSSIAN SPACE
Import Substitution: Glonass Satellites to Switch to Russian Electronics
Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 28, 2016
By 2020 a Russian GLONASS K-2 global positioning satellite in place, built entirely from Russian-made parts as part of the government's ongoing effort to substitute imports amid sanctions, Izvestia reported."The GLONASS K-2 satellites will largely be made from Russian components and we are going to start mass producing them before 2020," Nikolai Testoyedov, chief designer at Reshetnev Information Satelllite Systems JSC, Russia's number one satellite maker, told the newspaper. He added that "making ... read more

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ROCKET SCIENCE

STRATCOM nominee vows to end US reliance on Russian RD-180 engines
John Hyten, the nominee to head US Strategic Command (STRATCOM), wowed in a congressional testimony on Tuesday to work with lawmakers to end the United States' dependence on Russian-built RD-180 roc ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

US eyes hypersonic glider project as Russia, China pursue own programs
Lockheed Martin has won a $147 million Pentagon contract to conduct research into the hypersonic Mach 5 Tactical Boost Glide (TBG) aircraft project. The question now, according to Russian analysts, ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Physicists reveal the role of diffusion in the early Universe
Scientists from the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKI RAS), the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), and the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (MPA) ... more
ENERGY DAILY


RUSSIAN SPACE

TsENKI, Roscosmos seal contracts to modernize Baikonur
Russia's Center for Operation of Space Ground-Based Infrastructure (TsENKI) and Roscosmos state corporation have concluded three contracts worth some 1.8 billion rubles ($28 million at the current e ... more


STATION NEWS

Manned launch of Soyuz MS-02 maybe postponed to Nov 1
Russia has moved the preliminary date of the Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft's manned launch from September 23 to November 1, Alexander Koptev, a NASA representative with the Russian Mission Control Centre, ... more

Transition from Operations to Decommissioning by Preparing a Safe, Cost-Effective Shut Down and Waste Management Strategy


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LAUNCH PAD

Russia postpones Soyuz MS-02 ISS launch due to electrical glitch
The launch of Russia's new series Soyuz MS-02 manned spacecraft scheduled for September 23 was delayed due to a technical fault involving a short circuit that was revealed during a test, a space ind ... more
RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia's Energomash Ready to Build Reusable Carrier Rocket Stages
Russian propulsion engineering firm Energomash is open to contracts to build partially reusable launch vehicles, the company's chief executive Igor Arbuzov said Friday. "If a real customer tur ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
US Air Force works to bring prestige back to nuke missile roles

Pentagon chief calls Russia out over 'nuclear saber-rattling'

US has met its side of Iran nuclear deal: Moniz

US hits Chinese firm with sanctions over N. Korea trade

Russian bombers flying too close to airliners: Iceland

China flies military planes over strait near Japan

Britain 'will oppose any idea of an EU army': defence minister

SPACE MEDICINE

Cold plasma will heal non-healing wounds
Russian scientists at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), the Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences (JIHT RAS), and Gamaleya Research Centre of ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Air Force tests first full-scale component of Hydrocarbon Boost Program
The United States is one step closer to eliminating its reliance on Russian technology to launch its military satellites. The Hydrocarbon Boost Technology Demonstrator, a U.S. Air Force technology e ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

RD-180 license expires in 2030
The license to produce Russia-built RD-180 rocket engines in the United States expires in 2030 when all technical documents are due to be destroyed, the CEO of the Russian booster-making company sai ... more
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RUSSIAN SPACE

Roscosmos Expects Construction of Vostochny Cosmodrome to Be Completed in 2016
Russian space agency Roscosmos expects the construction of the Vostochny Cosmodrome to be completed by the end of 2016, Roscosmos General Director Igor Komarov said Friday. "We must solve all ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia's Rosatom Ready to Help Saudi Arabia Build Nuclear Reactors
Russian presidential aide stated that Russia's Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation is ready to join a project on construction of nuclear power reactors in Saudi Arabia. Russia's Rosatom S ... more
24/7 News Coverage
To produce biopharmaceuticals on demand, just add water

Seismic 'CT scans' reveal deep earth dynamics

UMass Amherst Research Traces Past Climate, Human Migration in the Faroe Islands

Why Does Dying Cost More for People of Color

Yes, Computing Genetic Ancestors is Super Accurate

Review of studies finds genetically engineered crops are safe

Santos, Timochenko: Colombia foes turned peacemakers

SOLAR SCIENCE

Russian Space Agency Plans to Launch Satellite to Study Sun Layers in 2025
Russia's Roscosmos space corporation plans to develop and launch a satellite to study external layers of the sun in 10 years, according to the public procurement portal data. It is noted that the re ... more
RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia Can Build Base for Future Mars Missions Near Vostochny Cosmodrome
A new training base, where scientific experiments within the framework of preparations for future Mars expeditions will be conducted, can be built near the Vostochny space center in Russia's Far Eas ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

The Deep Space Network
NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN) is a world-wide network of large antennas and communications facilities. Components of this network are located in the U.S., Spain and Australia. Its primary function ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Russia to Build New Launch Pad for Angara Rockets by 2019
Russia plans to build a new launch complex for the Angara rocket family at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in the northwest of the country by 2019, local media reported Monday. "The construction sched ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Russian Carrier Rocket for Sea Launches Will Replace Ukraine's Zenit
Russian engineers will invent a new carrier rocket to replace Ukraine's Zenit-SL system for launches from the Sea Launch floating space pad. A new carrier rocket will be developed in Russia to ... more

RUSSIAN SPACE

Russia's Floating Space Launch Pad to Be Sold in Early 2017
The sale of Russia's Morskoi Start (Sea Launch) floating space launch pad is expected early next year, with Russian investors among the leading candidates, the S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporat ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Russia to spend big upgrading rocket engine reliability
Russian state space corporation Roscosmos is allocating over 1.9 billion rubles ($29 million) to upgrading carrier rocket engines, rocket boosters and spacecraft, according to materials published on ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Levitating nanoparticle improves torque sensing in quest for quantum theory fundamentals

How to power up graphene implants without frying cells

Closing in on high-temperature superconductivity

New findings by Stanford chemists could lead to greener methanol production

Columbia Chemists Find Key to Manufacturing More Efficient Solar Cells

Digital photography: The future of small-scale manufacturing

Corvus Energy selected to power new environmentally friendly UK hybrid ferry





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STATION NEWS

Space Station's orbit adjusted Wednesday

MISSILE DEFENSE

Russia touts hypersonics as ABM Killer

LAUNCH PAD

Russian Space Corporation, US Boeing Reach Deal on Dispute Over Sea Launch

MOON DAILY

Space tourists eye $150mln Soyuz lunar flyby

ROCKET SCIENCE

Russia to design super-heavy carrier rocket

MISSILE NEWS

Moscow's No-Fly Zones: Russia to Get New Long-Range Missile Interceptor

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia Unique in Being Able to Use Fast Breeder Reactors in Nuclear Industry

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia, Egypt to Sign Final Contract to Build Nuclear Plant by Year-End

MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS

Russia develops protected alternative to satellite communication

MOON DAILY

Roscosmos to spend $7.5Mln studying issues of manned lunar missions

Scientists explain why Russian tuberculosis is the most infectious

Scientists count microscopic particles without microscope

Unleaded Zeppelin: Why Airships May Again Start to Compete With Planes

Russian Scientists Adjust Innovative Satellite Control System

Russia Could Cut Down International Space Station Crew

Russia teases with Hypersonic Nuclear Glider Armed With ICBMs "Program"

Making a solar energy conversion breakthrough with help from a ferroelectrics pioneer

Russia to Develop Unmanned Harvester Running on Glonass Navigation by 2018

Launch of US Antares Rocket Powered by Russian Engine Postponed

Russia's Ray Guns: The Military Capability of Moscow's Secret Laser Weapons

Seoul Confirms Russian Carrier Rocket to Put Korean Satellite Into Orbit in 2020

Russia to Launch Angara-1.2 Rocket With Korean Satellite KOMPSAT-6 in 2020

Iran, Roscosmos Discuss Price of Remote-Sensing Satellite Construction, Launch

Hot 'new' material found to exist in nature

Turbulence brings together Germany, Ukraine, and Russia

Russia Plans to Use Atmospheric Satellite 'Sova' to Develop North, Siberia

Russia's First Solar-Powered Satellite Completes Test Flight

China Mulls Ramping Up Its Missile Defense With Russia

Russia's 'New Efficient Solutions' to Counter Washington's Upgraded B61-12 Nuke

Scientists find a way of acquiring graphene-like films from salts to boost nanoelectronics



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