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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..

The Annual Meeting of VIII-th All-Russian conference «Present problems of remote sensing from space».

November 19, 2010 in NTs OMZ OAO Russian Space Systems was a meeting VIII-th All-Russian conference «Present problems of remote sensing from space.».

Scientists have devised a bouncing radioactive rover

Scientists have proposed the concept of the new rovers operating on the radioactive fuel, which can make jumps of up to one kilometer.

Anew date for launch of Discovery.

Start the American space shuttle «Discovery» postponed until December 3..

Soyuz TMA-19 to Land on November 26

Crew members on the International Space Station will return to Earth early because of an international summit being held near their landing site..

Probe Hayabusa has brought to Earth particles of extraterrestrial origin.

Japanese probe «Hayabusa» delivered to Earth the dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa.

Russian Cosmonauts Returned to the ISS after EVA

Russian cosmonauts completed their EVA activities outside the International Space Station..

The space vehicle «Progress M-05M» has been sank in the Pacific Ocean.

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

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

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

State Board Approves Proton Roll-Out

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

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 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

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.

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

Russian Cosmonauts Continue Pre-EVA Activities

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.

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

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