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March 01, 2015
NASA Hopes to Continue Cooperation on ISS Until 2024
Washington DC (Sputnik) Feb 27, 2015
NASA is ready to continue to cooperate with its International Space Station (ISS) partners, including Russia, for at least nine more years, the space agency has said in a statement. "The Obama administration is committed to extending operation of the International Space Station to at least 2024," NASA said in the statement obtained by RIA Novosti on Thursday, adding that it welcomes "continued cooperation" from its ISS partners in support of this extension and looks forward to working with them on ... read more
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Russia's Yamal-601 Teleco Sat to b launched in 2018
The Khrunichev Space Center and Gazprom Space Systems reached a deal on Wednesday to launch Russia's new Yamal-601 satellite in 2018. Yamal-601 will provide telecommunications services to cust ... more

Russia's New ISS Module to Be Ready in Early 2016
Russia's Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center will finish assembling the new module for the International Space Station (ISS) in February 2016, the center's acting chief said Wednes ... more

Russia to Build Its Own Orbital Station After 2024
Russia will continue using the International Space Station (ISS) until around 2024 and is planning to build its own orbital outpost using the existing ISS modules, Federal Space Agency Roscosmos sai ... more


Surviving Mars on Earth
Meet the man who has survived Mars on Earth. Diego Urbina, an Italian-Colombian engineer, was a part of 520-day, record-breaking simulated mission to the Red Planet. He participated in the final sta ... more


Soyuz Installed at Baikonur, Expected to Launch Wednesday
The Soyuz-2.1A carrier rocket has been successfully installed at the launch site at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and is scheduled for launch on October 29, the press service of the Russian ... more
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Igniting the air for atmospheric research
It looks a bit like a lightsaber from Star Wars: when an extremely intense laser pulse is sent through the air, it can focus itself, creating a narrow filament of light. By shooting such filaments i ... more

European Commission May Axe Hungary-Russia Nuclear Plant Deal
The European Commission (EC) is looking into the legality of Hungary's contract with Russia to construct new units of the Paks nuclear power plant in central Hungary, the Financial Times reported Mo ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Rise of the Machines: video gamers beware

Russian jets to hold drills over Barents sea

Fighting IS not a priority for Turkey: US spy chief

Kerry to meet Russian, Iranian FMs next week

MUOS - a Vital Next Step for Narrowband Satellite Communications

In muddy fields,Spain's International Brigades live on

US spy chief predicts spring attack on Ukraine port


Russia's Strategic Missile Forces Check Combat Readiness During Drills
Russia's Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) have completed command and staff exercises testing troops' combat readiness for war, SMF spokesperson Col. Igor Yegorov said Thursday. The drills were held on ... more

Two Years On, Source of Russian Chelyabinsk Meteor Remains Elusive
Two years after a 20-meter rock slammed into the Earth after a meteoroid dramatically fragmented in the atmosphere over the Chelyabinsk region in Russia and injured hundreds of people, its parent as ... more

Why Did Russian Cosmonauts Carry Shotguns and Machetes in Space?
The popular myth about Russian spacemen traveling to space geared with weapons is actually true and the question why they did that is finally revealed. Russian cosmonauts carried a convertible shotg ... more
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Russian-Ukrainian Satan Rocket to Launch South Korean Satellite as Planned
The joint Russian-Ukrainian company Kosmotras will go ahead with the launches of commercial and scientific satellites and spacecraft it had planned for 2015 using the Dnepr-1 rocket, including a Sou ... more

Russian Space Agency's Computers Are Hacker-Proof
Data leakage from the servers and computers of the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos is not possible, a source in Roscosmos told RIA Novosti Tuesday. On Monday, the Moscow-based Kaspersky ... more
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Life Might Thrive a Dozen Miles Beneath Earth's Surface

Earth's Moon May Not Be Critical to Life

Planets Can Alter Each Other's Climates over Eons

The Cosmic Chemistry That Gave Rise to Water

Calling on satellites in alpine rescues

IPCC sea-level rise scenarios not fit for purpose for high-risk coastal areas

How does the human brain tackle problems it did not evolve to solve?


Rosatom on schedule to deliver new units for Hungary's Paks NPP
The construction of new units at Hungary's Paks nuclear power plant in cooperation with Russia is on schedule, head of Russia's Rosatom nuclear agency Sergei Kirienko said Tuesday. "On January ... more

Russia, China to Enhance Cooperation in Nuclear Energy Sector
Director General of the Russian Rosatom State Corporation and Head of the China National Nuclear Corporation discussed prospects of cooperation in the nuclear industry on Saturday. Development ... more

The ISS Menu: Mayo, Espressos, Booze? Cosmonauts Reveal Their Secrets
It gets lonely in space if you're a foodie. However, some cosmonauts and astronauts found ways to deal with the problem by bringing their own, or turning to Earth for help. On Monday, Russian cosmon ... more

Russia Launches Fresh Fruit, Oxygen to Crew on ISS
A Russian Soyuz-U carrier rocket has blasted off from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan with fresh fruit and oxygen for the crew on board the International Space Station, Mission Control Cente ... more

Russia May Finalize its Flagship Aircraft Carrier by 2025
The construction of a flagship air carrier for the Russian Navy may be finalized before 2025, a Russian Navy spokesman said. Russia may finalize the construction of a flagship air carrier for ... more

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Russian Shipyard Makes History: 4 Subs Under Construction Simultaneously
Russia's Sevmash shipyard is simultaneously building four nuclear-powered submarines for the first time in the country's modern history. Four of the most advanced nuclear-powered submarines in ... more

Russian Strategic Missile Forces Begin Wide-Range Drills in 12 Regions
Russia's Strategic Missile Forces have begun wide-range exercises in 12 regions in the country, the Russian Defense Ministry said Thursday. "Russia's SMF with more than 30 missile battalions i ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Wrench thrown in British shale gas gears

Fukushima operator concealed radioactive leak for nearly a year

Moving molecule writes letters

'Ecosystem services' help assess ocean energy development

Lithium from the coal in China

New research predicts when, how materials will act

Watching bonds form using femtosecond X-ray liquidography


China, Russia strengthen satellite navigation cooperation


US Names Russian Nuclear Power Plants for India, Iran Best Projects of 2014


Russia, China Discuss Technological Compatibility of Satellite Systems


Russia to Launch Four Scientific Satellites in 2015


Russian research team explores vision complications for astronauts


Australia Could Resume Uranium Supplies to Russia if Relations Stabilize


Russian Military to Fire Iskander Missiles During Pacific Ocean Drills


Iran Hopes to Receive Russian S-300 Air Defense Systems in 2015


US Concerned by Growing Expertise of China, Russia Space Capabilities


India Interested in Russia's Glonass Satellite Navigation System

Russia suspends joint space program with Ukraine

The Space Diet: Authentic Astronaut Food Goes on Sale in Moscow

Egypt May Use Russian Nuclear Plant as Basisfor Its Atomic Infrastructure

Russia to Launch Two Military Satellites in February

Neanderthals disappeared from the Iberian Peninsula before than from the rest of Europe

Tehran Denies Iranian Missile Program is Part of Nuclear Talks

Russia's Support of Assad Flexible if Saudis Promise to Cut Oil Output

Rosatom, IAEA Agree on Cooperation Priorities for 2015

Russia and US Go Toe-To-Toe for India's Nuclear Industry

Russia to Keep Up With US, NATO Military Capability

US Military 'Losing Race' in Technological Superiority

Russian Tu-95MC Bombers Flying Over Atlantic Are Unarmed

US Wants NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense

Russia in Talks With Iran on Tor-M1 Missile System Upgrades

Oil Prices Changing The Face Of Global Geopolitics

Russia to create water decontamination station for Fukushima-1

911 Assc says lobbyist behind tactics to derail GLONASS

British Satellite to Be Launched by Russian Proton-M Carrier Rocket

Maintaining INF Treaty is Russian, US Interest

Russia to Launch Three Communications Satellites

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