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November 30, 2015
Russia, Kazakhstan deciding on rocket carriers for Baiterek Space Complex
Moscow (Sputnik) Nov 30, 2015
Russia and Kazakhstan will decide which type of rocket carrier to use for the Baiterek Space Complex under construction within the next two months, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Friday. "We decided to create a joint research group that will work over the next two months and give proposals on the most optimal rocket carrier to use that we have today, which is the Proton, Soyuz, and the Angara, which is currently under tests," Rogozin said. Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister Baky ... read more
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Russia, Kazakhstan sign 5 deals on Baikonur Space Center in 2015
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ExoMars has historical, practical significance for Russia, Europe
The ExoMars program to explore the environment on Mars has historical and practical significance for Russia and Europe, deputy-head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Sergei Savelev, said Thursd ... more

ExoMars prepares to leave Europe for launch site
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Russian-US Space Collaboration Intact Despite Chill in Bilateral Ties
Despite the deterioration of relations between Russia and the United States here on Earth, the two countries continue to cooperate when it comes to space exploration, according to the Spanish newspa ... more


Russia's nuclear weapon arsenal surpasses US
Russia's nuclear arsenal surpasses the US and in the future it will be even stronger, the developer of the Russian strategic missile systems, the general designer of the 'Moscow Institute of Thermal ... more

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US Engine Dilemma: No Space Without Moscow
Washington continues to purchase rocket engines from Moscow, as the US has removed them from the list of sanctioned materials, Russia's trade representative to the United States told RIA Novosti. ... more

Russia Develops New Tactical Missiles for Iskander-M System
Russia's defense industry is developing new missile types for the Iskander-M system, the Army's missile forces chief said on Sunday. Russia is developing new types of ballistic missiles for the Iska ... more
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Pakistan airstrikes kill 17 militants: army

Turkey denies suspending Syria air strikes after Russia crisis

Updated communications systems for China's Su-35 fighters

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New arrivals in Antarctica
The next crew to live and work at the Concordia Antarctic research station has arrived in the white desert. ESA-sponsored medical doctor Floris van den Berg will take over experiments for future spa ... more

Sentinel-3A on its way
The latest satellite for the European Commission's Copernicus environmental programme has left France bound for the Plesetsk launch site in Russia and launch late next month. Carrying a suite ... more

A Tornado With Rockets: New Russian Launch Vehicles Get Guided Missiles
Two Russian multiple launch rocket systems, Smerch and Tornado-S, will be equipped with advanced guided missiles for better targeting, according to the deputy chief of the Strategic Missile Forces a ... more
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Saudis Planning For A War Of Attrition In Europe With Russia's Oil Industry
Russia's central bank recently warned about the growing financial risks to the Russian economy from Saudi Arabia encroaching upon its traditional export market for crude oil. Russia sends 70 percent ... more

ISS EarthKAM ready for student imaging request
This week saw the return of an investigation on the International Space Station inspired by the first American woman in space, connecting students on Earth with a camera in space. The orbiting labor ... more
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Russia, Egypt Sign Deal on Egypt's First Nuclear Power Plant Construction
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Iran Interested in Purchase of Russian Satellites
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Russia's nuclear torpedo at the cutting edge of underwater warfare tech
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Russia Developing Unique Radar Satellite System

Russian Space Agency signs contracts for 31 commercial launches in 2015

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Russia to Open Four New Glonass Stations Abroad

Russia touts plan to land a man on the Moon by 2029

CIS Countries Plan to Create Joint Institute for Space Research

Russia Plans to Grant Private Companies Access to Space Services Market

Physicists learn how to control the movement of electrons in a molecule

Dive of the RoboBee

Russia's Iskander missile complexes to be offered for export

Argentina and Russia to enhance energy cooperation

Minsk, Moscow to Define Concept of Belarusian Remote Sensing Satellite Soon

Iran likely to sell excess enriched uranium abroad instead of diluting it

US expert questions ban on Russian rocket engine purchases

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