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Soyuz TMA-20 Docks with the ISS

Soyuz TMA-20 successfully docked to the International Space Station at 17.12.2010 11:12 p.m. MSK..

Russian Mission Control Loses, Regains Communications Link to ISS

Russia’s Mission Control Center lost contact with the International Space Station for about three hours on Thursday before resolving the problem, a spokesman said..

About Timing of the Event Linked with Inauguration of Roscosmos Geoportal on Dec. 21

The event hosted by Roscosmos’ Scientific Earth Monitoring Center, is to be attended by Roscosmos officials, as well as managers of Russian Space Systems company, NII TP and others.

Soyuz TMA-20 is Flying Towards the ISS

In line with the International Space Station mission plan, Soyuz TMA-20 crew vehicle was launched from Baikonur yesterday, at 22:09 MSK, with three crew..

Baikonur Space Port: State Board Approves Soyuz TMA-20 Prime Crew

The Board reviewed the reports of the crew readiness for the space mission and Soyuz-FG/Soyuz TMA-20 readiness for further prelaunch processing..

NASA lost in orbit a nano-satellite with the solar sail.

NASA lost contact with so-called nano-satellite NanoSail-D, equipped with a solar sail. While experts do not know what went wrong,.

«Voyager 1» reached the frontier of the solar system.

The spacecraft Voyager 1, launched into space in 1977, reached the outer limits of the solar system..

Tests of Soyuz TMA-20 have confirmed its readiness for a flight.

Soyuz TMA-20 scheduled to fly from Baikonur on Dec. 15 is fully ready for the space mission,.

The «Breeze» will blow on ISS.

Today, 14 December, the International Space Station crew will start the first session of the «Breeze» experiment for this expedition..

State Commission: Soyuz-FG with the PAC of the Soyuz TMA-20 is assembled and ready to be exported to the launch complex.

Today at 16.00 MSK at the Baikonur cosmodrome take place a meeting of the State Commission, which examined issues of preparedness of a space rocket Soyuz-FG with the manned spacecraft Soyuz TMA-20 to export to the launch complex..

NASA has launched the first satellite from the satellite.

The U.S. space agency (NASA) managed to launch one satellite from another for the first time.

Federal Space Agency has activated two reserve satellites GLONASS.

Head of Federal Space Agency Anatoly Perminov, ordered to activate two reserves GLONASS-M satellite in orbit..

Soyuz TMA-20 Launch Campaign: Final Stages

Prelaunch operations with Soyuz TMA-20 crew vehicle under the International Space Station program continues at Baikonur..

Fire in Israel, Haifa. Images by «Meteor-M» № 1 spacecraft.

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Federal Space Agency and NASA will sign a joint protocol about the implementation of various space programs.

Federal Space Agency and NASA, may sign a joint protocol for the implementation of various space programs at this month , said Russian Federal Space Agency chief Anatoly Perminov.

Cassini has composed the heat map of Enceladus «tiger stripes»

Scientists were heat map of cracks and ice geysers on the surface of Saturn’s moon Enceladus..

Cassini probe has found on Saturn’s oxygen atmosphere.

Cassini Probe found on Saturn’s moon Rhea oxygen atmosphere..

Soyuz TMA-20 Crew Exams to Take Place at GCTC Today

On Nov. 24-25, Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center will host two-day exam session for the prime and backup crews of the Soyuz TMA-20 vehicle scheduled to fly to the International Space Station on Dec. 15..

The head of NASA said about the need of additional space shuttle flight in 2011

The head of the American Space Agency (NASA), Charles Bolden said that in June 2011, may have to arrange additional shuttle flights to the ISS..

Japan has developed a cheap satellite for developing countries.

Japan has developed a cheap artificial satellite for delivery to developing countries, reported Agence France-Presse..

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