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October 06, 2015
Russia Develops Engine for Future Spaceplane
Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 06, 2015
Russia's Military Academy of Strategic Missile Forces accomplished the task of developing a power plant for a plane that allows it to alternate between the airbreathing regime during a flight in the atmosphere and rocket propulsion regime during a flight in space, according to an official. Russia's Military Academy of Strategic Missile Forces said Monday its had developed an engine for a prospective dual-purpose spaceplane. "We have accomplished the task of developing a power plant for a pla ... read more
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Russia's Aerospace Forces Never Miss a Missile Launch... Anywhere
The Russian Aerospace Forces registered over 20 ballistic missile space rocket launches and held about 400 satellite linkups in 2015, the Defense Ministry said in a statement Sunday. "Our miss ... more

Russia Unveils Plans to Modernize Nuke-Powered Submarines
Russia is modernizing 12 nuclear-powered submarines as part of an ambitious project to extend the life of the vessels by another 20 years, according to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. ... more

Russian scientist hope to get rocket fuel, water, oxygen from Lunar ice
Russian scientists are currently studying lunar ice, hoping to get hydrogen rocket fuel, water and oxygen from the moon, Igor Mitrofanov from the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) told Radio Sputnik ... more


Leaders of World Space Agencies To Converge for IAC 2015 in Jerusalem
Heads of the world's leading space agencies will appear at a special plenary session at IAC 2015 in Jerusalem on Monday, October 12, 2015. The agency heads will discuss the latest advancements and b ... more


Turkey's First Nuclear Plant Likely to Go Operational by 2022
The first Turkish nuclear power plant, a Russian designed project, is planned to be brought online in 2022, materials relevant to the Wednesday meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Tu ... more
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Rokot launches three Russian military satellites into orbit
Three military satellites launched from the Plesetsk space center have been successfully put into orbit. The military satellites launched from the Plesetsk space center with the help of the Ro ... more

Moscow to Launch Telecom Satellites on Rokot Carrier Rocket
Russian Defense Ministry announced the launch of the Rokot lightweight launch vehicle carrying Rodnik communication satellites from the Plesetsk State Test Cosmodrome. Russian Defense Ministry ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Boeing's digital upgrade of B-52s to be completed soon

Russia's Aerospace Forces Never Miss a Missile Launch... Anywhere

GPS III Launch Services RFP Released by Air Force

Space-based missile warning continues expansion

Russia Unveils Plans to Modernize Nuke-Powered Submarines

First Lady to christen U.S. Navy submarine Illinois Saturday

Russian TV forecasts 'good weather for bombing' in Syria


Russia, Brazil Sign Contract for Glonass Ground Measuring Station
Moscow and Brasilia have signed a contract on the placement and operation of a measuring ground station for the Russian Glonass satellite navigation network in Brazil's southernmost state of Rio Gra ... more

Russia's Northern Fleet Wraps Up Large-Scale Arctic Drills
The large-scale week-long Arctic drills have come to an end with some 50 warships, submarines and other vessels, as well as over 10 aircraft successfully completing all objectives. Russia's No ... more

Insects passed 'the Turing Test'
In 1952, the legendary British mathematician and cryptographer Alan Turing proposed a model, which assumes formation of complex patterns through chemical interaction of two diffusing reagents. Russi ... more
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New tool for studying magnetic, self-propelled bacteria
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ExoMars 2016 targets March launch window
A problem recently discovered in two sensors in the propulsion system of the entry, descent and landing demonstrator module has prompted the recommendation to move the launch of the ExoMars 2016 mis ... more
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Russia, China May Create Joint Satellite Navigation System Receiver
Russia and China are negotiating the development of a joint four-system satellite navigation receiver which would include access to China's BeiDou satellite navigation, a source in the Glonass satel ... more

Canada, Spain to Hold Observation Flight Over Russia
A joint mission of Canada and Spain will perform an observation flight over Russia between September 21 and 25, the acting head of the Russia's National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center said Monday. ... more

Robots help to map England's only deep-water Marine Conservation Zone
The first true three-dimensional picture of submarine canyon habitats has been produced using a unique combination of marine robotics and ship-based measurements. The information captured in this ne ... more

Russia, Indonesia Sign Memorandum on Building High-Power, Floating NPPs
Moscow and Jakarta have signed a memorandum of understanding on the construction of high-power and floating nuclear power plants in Indonesia, Rusatom Overseas, a subsidiary of the Russian state nuc ... more

To Watch and to Strike: Russia Developing Multi Role Heavy Drone
Russia is developing a heavy drone that could be used both as reconnaissance and combat aircraft, one of its designers said in an interview Wednesday. The two ton Avius-1 UAV will bristle with ... more
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Russia Launches Telecoms Satellite on Board Proton-M Rocket
Russia's Proton-M space rocket carrying the Express-AM8 communications satellite lifted off on Monday from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan, a spokesman for the Russian Federal Space Agency R ... more

Russia Puts Telecoms Satellite Into Orbit
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ISS Crew Enjoy Kharcho Soup, Mare's Milk in Orbit


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To Watch and to Strike: Russia Developing Multi role Heavy Drone


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Soyuz set to launch 2 Galileo navigation satellites

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World's Largest Sub Leaves Port for Arctic Wargames

Russia Eyes Moon for Hi-Tech Lunar Base

Russian ISS Crew's Next Spacewalk Planned for February 2016

Soyuz Heads to Space Station with New Crew

Tu-160 Heavy Strategic Bomber Undergoes Major Upgrade

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Russia's Tu-160 Bomber to Be Equipped With Advanced Avionics

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Russia, UK Sign Deal On Cooperation in Satellite Development

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