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The space vehicle «Progress M-05M» has been sank in the Pacific Ocean. / November 16, 2010 /

Cargo spacecraft "Progress M-05M remains, wich not burned in the atmosphere, was sank on November 15 in the non-navigational area in the South Pacific Ocean..

Russian Cosmonauts to Have Pre-EVA Dress Rehearsal Today / November 12, 2010 /

ISS-25 flight engineers Fiodor Yurchikhin and Oleg Skripochka will have pre-EVA dress rehearsal today..

Soyuz TMA-20 Standalone Tests Successfully Completed at Baikonur / November 12, 2010 /

Soyuz-FG/Soyuz TMA-20 assembly and processing activities are in good progress at Baikonur..

State Board Approves Proton Roll-Out / November 11, 2010 /

On Nov. 10, the State Board held a meeting at Baikonur to review the results of the Proton-M / MSV 1 spacecraft (also known as Sky Terra 1) prelaunch processing and to give their «go» to start prelaunch activities at the launch pad..

Russian meteorological spacecraft «Electro-L»:Development in Line with the Schedule / November 10, 2010 /

Work with the upper stage «Fregat-SB, which together with the carrier rocket Zenit-3M will be put into orbit a Russian meteorological spacecraft» Electro-L is continuing at the Baikonur cosmodrome"..

Conference «Present problems of remote sensing from space» in NTs OMZ. / November 10, 2010 /

November 19, 2010. NTs OMZ OAO Russian Space Systems will be visiting session of the VIII-th All-Russian conference «Present problems of remote sensing from space».

Work for the launch of three GLONASS satellite preparation is continuing on Baikonur / November 9, 2010 /

Today in the assembly and test building site 92A-50 of Baikonur the crew of companies unloaded a spacecraft «Glonass-M» from the container.

Observation of the Titan by Cassini probe fell through because of breakage. / November 9, 2010 /

The orbiting Saturn Cassini Probe, suddenly went into safe mode.

Russian Cosmonauts Continue Pre-EVA Activities / November 8, 2010 /

ISS-25 flight engineers Fiodor Yurchikhin and Oleg Skripochka continue preparing for the space walk to take place on Nov. 15, at 17:25 MSK.

Flight of Discovery to the ISS is postponed for a month. / November 8, 2010 /

The launch of Discovery spaceshuttle to the ISS is postponed until Nov. 30, 2010.

Baikonur Space Port: Operations with Glonass-M Satellite / November 3, 2010 /

Prelaunch operations with Proton-M rocket/DM upper stage and three Glonass-M navigation satellites began at Baikonur..

Launch of the Discovery shuttle to the ISS has postponed again. / November 3, 2010 /

NASA postponed the launch of the Discovery space shuttle to the International Space Station (ISS) until Nov. 4.

From the Plesetsk cosmodrome has launched Russian satellite dual purpose. / November 2, 2010 /

The launch was carried out at 3:59 Moscow time on Tuesday, November 2..

Launch of Discovery to the ISS has been rescheduled / November 1, 2010 /

NASA postponed the launch of shuttle Discovery until November 3.

The 2st of November 2010.. / November 1, 2010 /

All-Russian scientific and technical meetings, conferences and seminars.

Soyuz-U with Progress M-08M to Fly Today / October 28, 2010 /

Progress M-08M is slated for launch by Soyuz-U rocket on Oct. 27, at 19:11:53 MSK..

Fuel leak on the shuttle «Discovery» is resolved / October 26, 2010 /

NASA engineers have replaced the plugs in the tail compartment of the shuttle Discovery, which leak discovered two weeks before the scheduled launch, reports Associated Press..

ILV Soyuz-U with THC «Progress M-08M» installed on the launch pad / October 25, 2010 /

Today, in accordance with the State Commission to conduct flight tests of manned space systems, a space rocket Soyuz-U with transport cargo spacecraft Progress M-08M has moved to the launch complex area 1 (" Gagarin’s Start ")oin the Baikonur cosmodrome..

Soyuz-U with Progress M-08M Rolled Out / October 25, 2010 /

Soyuz-U LV/Progress M-08M cargo vehicle were rolled out this morning..

ISS partners has agreed on a new docking systems international standard. / October 21, 2010 /

Partners in the International Space Station — Roskosmos, NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) — agreed on a new international standard docking systems (IDSS). The first version of an agreed document to be published October 25.

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