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The most accurate map of Mars have posted in the Internet . / July 26, 2010 /

In the Internet have posted the most accurate to date map of Mars. For its preparation, scientists used the 21,000 photographs taken by Mars Odyssey orbiter for eight years..

Cassini has descry the birth of mini-satellites in the rings of Saturn. / July 26, 2010 /

Probe «Cassini» was the first to see the formation of miniature satellites on the rings of Saturn..

Prelaunch Operations with Progress M-07M Continue at Baikonur / July 26, 2010 /

SC-Energia experts continue prelaunch processing of the Progress M-07M cargo vehicle scheduled to fly from Baikonur aboard Soyuz-U rocket on Sept. 8..

Astronauts prepare for a space walk. / July 23, 2010 /

At July 27 on the International Space Station EVA is scheduled..

At Baikonur is carring out removal of the Progress M-07M from dead storage / July 21, 2010 /

Today in the assembly and testing facility site 254 crews of RSC Energia, Space Center «South» began removal of cargo vehicle «Progress M-07M» from dead storage..

New NASA rover make shots of its landing / July 21, 2010 /

The new NASA rover «Curiosity» will be filmed its landing on the Red Planet.

Rocket Angara tests postponed until 2013 / July 16, 2010 /

Flight tests of the new Russian carrier rocket Angara will begin no earlier than 2013..

Hubble photographed the star protoplasm / July 15, 2010 /

Hubble Space Telescope photographed the nebula NGC 2467, located in the constellation of Foods.

Russian Crew Prepares for EVA / July 13, 2010 /

Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station started pre-EVA operations on Monday..

ESA will show approaching with the asteroid in the air. / July 12, 2010 /

European Space Agency will be broadcasted live approaching spacecraft Rosetta with an asteroid 21 Lutetia. This is reported on the official website of the agency..

An American satellite has launched from Baikonur. / July 12, 2010 /

Rocket Proton-M, which delivering to orbit the American communications satellite EchoStar-15 launched from Baikonur..

Proton-M/Echostar-15 Delivered to the Launch Pad / July 8, 2010 /

Proton-M/Breeze-M/Echostar-15 roll out took place this morning at Baikonur..

Landing on an asteroid probe «Hayabusa» brought to Earth dust. / July 8, 2010 /

The researchers found in a container probe "Hayabusa», landing on the asteroid Itokawa, several particles may have extraterrestrial origins.

Astronomers have peered inside the moon / July 6, 2010 /

Japanese probe «Kaguya» found on the Moon olivine — containing magnesium and iron mineral that is part of the mantle.

Progress docked to the ISS at the second attempt / July 5, 2010 /

Cargo ship Progress M-06M docked to the International Space Station on the second try..

NASA probe for asteroids studing has broken / July 2, 2010 /

The probe for the study of asteroids Dawn, created under the auspices of the American Space Agency (NASA), has failed..

Soyuz-U with Progress M-06M Atop Lifts off from Baikonur / July 1, 2010 /

Soyuz-U rocket designed and produced by TSKB-Progress Space Center lifted off at 19:35 MSK from Baikonur’s pad 1 (Gagarin’s launch pad)..

Soyuz-U/Progress M-06 to Launch Tonight from Baikonur / June 30, 2010 /

Soyuz-U/Progress M-06M launch campaign is almost completed at Baikonur. The launch is to occur today at 19:35 MSK..

The last flight of the shuttle will take in 2011. / June 30, 2010 /

The last flight of the shuttle with a high probability to be moved from November 2010 to 2011..

The first spaceship has docked to the «Rassvet» module / June 29, 2010 /

Soyuz TMA-19 crew vehicle was redocked from Zvezda instrumentation compartment to Rassvet docking port..

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