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March 31, 2015
STATION NEWS
Cosmonauts Take Tablet Computer Into Space
Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 31, 2015
Russian cosmonauts have used a tablet computer for the first time in the history of Russian space exploration, as they performed the latest flight on the manned spacecraft Soyuz TMA-16M, the Energia state corporation said Monday. All the necessary information was pre-programmed into the Soyuz' on-board tablet computer prior to the launch. The cosmonauts received a complete set of on-board documentation, the flight program and information for dynamic operations, the release read. An easy navigation ... read more
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SPACE TRAVEL

Russia, US to Jointly Prepare Mars, Moon Flight Road Map
Russia and the United States will work together on a roadmap to send humans to Mars and the Moon, according to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. The Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos and its U ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

A Year in Space
Two humans are getting ready to say farewell to Earth for nearly 12 months. On March 27, 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will launch to the International Spa ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

Russia to Consider Training First Guatemalan Cosmonaut
Moscow will consider a request for a Guatemalan cosmonaut to be trained in Russia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday. "We have received a request to consider whether a Guate ... more
ENERGY DAILY


VENUSIAN HEAT

Unexplained warm layer discovered in Venus' atmosphere
A group of Russian, European and American scientists have found a warm layer in Venus' atmosphere, the nature of which is still unknown. The researchers made the discovery when compiling a temperatu ... more


TIME AND SPACE

Behind the dogmas of good old hydrodynamics
A new theory, which gives new insights into the transport of liquid flowing along the surface under applied electric field, was developed by the group of Russian scientists lead by Olga Vinogradova ... more
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LAUNCH PAD

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
RUSSIAN SPACE

Cost of Russian Space Projects Grows by 27 percent
Russian space projects have risen in price on average by 27 percent due to the current economic situation, Yuri Koptev, a representative of the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos said Tuesday. "Al ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
U.S. Air Force tests Minuteman III missiles

'Yes or no' time as Iran nuclear talks near deadline

China suspected as software site GitHub hit by attack

Spy agencies in 'technology arms race', says British chief

Air strike kills at least 15 at Yemen displaced camp

Iran talks stretch into the night hours before deadline

US drone killed two Iranian troops in Iraq: state media

LAUNCH PAD

UAE Moves to Purchase Russian Spacecraft Launch Platform
The United Arab Emirates is interested in the acquisition of the international spacecraft launch platform "Sea Launch". It is a sea-based launch system that allows launches of commercial freights on ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

Russia Plans to Boost Space Tourism at Orbital Outpost
Russia may reduce the number of cosmonauts on board the International Space Station (ISS) in order to optimize the commercial use of its ISS segment, the Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos, said Tuesda ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Russia Launches Satan Missile With S Korean Kompsat 3A Satellite
The launch was completed at 01:08 a. m. Moscow time on Thursday (22:08 GMT on Wednesday) from the Yasny launch site located in Russia's Orenburg Region, according to the spokesman. The RS-20B missil ... more
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NUKEWARS

Russia Warns West Against Destroying Nuclear Parity
The United States and other NATO countries should reconsider making unilateral steps in the area of missile defense that could destroy nuclear parity and prompt an adequate response from Moscow, the ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Jordan, Russia ink deal on nuclear reactor plant
Jordan and Russia signed a deal that is worth 10 billion U.S. dollars Tuesday to support the implementation of Jordan's first nuclear plant, the state-run Petra news agency reported. Khaled To ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Climate change does not cause extreme winters

Photosynthesis hack needed to feed the world by 2050

Massive study explores ocean response to abrupt climate change

Spring plankton bloom hitches ride to sea's depths on ocean eddies

Deadly Japan quake and tsunami spurred global warming, ozone loss

Mist-collecting plants may help alleviate global water shortages

LiDAR studies Colorado flooding and debris flows

LAUNCH PAD

DoD Works to Build Competition Into Space Launches
Space capability is critical to national security, and the Defense Department is working to make its launch program more competitive and end its longtime use of a Russian rocket engine on the Atlas ... more
STATION NEWS

One-Year Crew Set for Launch to Space Station
The first one-year crew for the International Space Station is set to launch Friday, March 27. NASA Television will provide extensive coverage of the launch and the crew's arrival to the orbital lab ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Proton launches Express AM-7 satellite for Russian Government
Lifting off from Baikonur at 01:05 am Moscow Time on Thursday, March 19, the Proton-M integrated launch vehicle (ILV) successfully orbited the Airbus DS-built Express AM-7 telecommunications satelli ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Aerojet Rocketdyne Hot-Fire Tests Additive Components for the AR1 Engine
Aerojet Rocketdyne has recently completed a successful series of hot-fire tests of key additively manufactured components for its AR1 booster engine at its Sacramento test facility. The testing of t ... more
NUKEWARS

Arms Reductions Treaty Between US, Russia Unlikely in Near Future
Russia and the United States are unlikely to achieve a new nuclear arms reduction treaty in the near future, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said Tuesday. "A new deal on strate ... more

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LAUNCH PAD

Kosmotras Denies Reports of Suspending Russian-Ukrainian Launches
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LAUNCH PAD

US to Scrap Delta IV Launch Vehicle in Favor of Russian-Made Rocket
The use of the Delta IV space launch vehicle will be discontinued in favor of the Atlas V that uses the Russian made RD-180 rocket to launch US national security payloads into space, United Launch A ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Roll up your screen and stow it away

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Engineers speed up simulations in computational grand challenge

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Super sensitive measurement of magnetic fields

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DEEP IMPACT

Second natural quasicrystal found in ancient meteorite

ROCKET SCIENCE

Replacing Russian Rocket Engine to Take 7 Years

STATION NEWS

Russia, US May Sign New Deal to Send Astronauts to ISS

MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS

Russia Starts Large-Scale Communications Drills in Nine Regions

BLUE SKY

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MARSDAILY

Roscosmos: Manned Flight to Mars Will Be Impossible Without Russia's Help

MOON DAILY

Russia Plans to Start Moon Exploration Jointly With Partners

MOON DAILY

Russia Plans to Adapt New Angara-5 Rocket for Flights to the Moon

WATER WORLD

Russia Inks Major Ore Exploration Deal with International Seabed Authority

FLOATING STEEL

Fifth Russian Yasen-Class Attack Nuclear Sub Begins Construction in March

Russia Grows Maritime Potential, Returns to Global Geopolitics

Moscow Will Respond to NATO Military Buildup Near Russia's Border

Galileo satellites ready for fuelling as launcher takes shape

International Space Station 'Lost' Without Russia Says NASA Chief

Russian SAR-401 Space Robot Ready for the ISS

Gazprom Space Systems to Scrub Contracts with French Satellite Providers

Russia's SMF Ready to Repel a 'Lightning-Speed' Nuclear Strike

India to Launch Fourth Navigation Satellite for Communications Security

Russian Navy to Receive 50 New Vessels

Russia's Yamal-601 Teleco Sat to b launched in 2018

Leaks Show S Africa Spied on Itself for Details of Joint Satellite Project

Next Launch of Heavy Angara-5 Rocket Due Next Year

Soyuz-2.1a Rocket Takes Military Satellite to Designated Orbit

Russia's Vostochny Cosmodrome Construction Reaches Home Stretch

NASA Hopes to Continue Cooperation on ISS Until 2024

Igniting the air for atmospheric research

Russia to Build Its Own Orbital Station After 2024

Russia's New ISS Module to Be Ready in Early 2016

Surviving Mars on Earth

European Commission May Axe Hungary-Russia Nuclear Plant Deal

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