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Operations and Experiments in the International Space Station (September 13-19, 2010)

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Two Soyuz Launchers Shipped from Samara to Baikonur

A train with two Soyuz rockets was shipped to Baikonur from Samara’s TSKB-Progress on Sept. 7. Soyuz-2.1a is to loft 6 Globalstar-2 spacecraft on Oct. 19. Soyuz-U will launch a Progress cargo vehicle in early 2011..

Scientists have created a «portrait» of Mercury

NASA scientists from the Centre for Space Flight by R. Goddard seriously studying such planets as Mercury..

Rokot launcher put into orbit «Gonets-M» spacecraft .

Today, from Plesetsk the crew of the Space Forces successfully conducted the missile of Rokot light class launcher with set of spacecrafts for the Defense Ministry and the «Gonets-M» spacecraft..

Launch Day for Soyuz-U/Progress M-07M at Baikonur

Soyuz-U rocket is slated for launch today to loft cargo vehicle Progress M-07M..

Fregat Upper Stage Tanking at Baikonur

Globalstar launch campaign continues at Baikonur..

Intensive Launch Campaigns under Human Spaceflight Program at Baikonur

Baikonur is the most busy space port of the world, including human spaceflight program for which three launch campaigns are running currently..

Rocket Launches from Baikonur Do Not Impact Climate in Kazakhstan

An official of Kazakh weather service, Kazgydromet, told news media that launches from Baikonur do not impact the climate in the country..

Scientists: Mars may be life

On the surface of Mars may be organic compounds..

Operations and Experiments in the International Space Station (September 6-12, 2010)

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Progress M-07M Launch Campaign Continues at Baikonur

Progress M-07 prelaunch processing continues at Baikonur..

Roscosmos and NASA Announce a New Space Station Crew

NASA and its international partners have assigned three new International Space Station crew members..

Russian Crew of the ISS to Get New Meals

Food rations for the Russian crew of the International Space Station will become more varied next year.

Big Alien Planet’s Weather Forecast: Hot and Extra Cloudy

Astronomers peering at a large alien planet have found it to be covered by an atmosphere unlike that of any extrasolar planet yet seen..

Three Glonass-M Satellites Reach Targeted Orbit

Following successful launch of Proton-M with a cluster of three Glonass-M spacecraft this morning from Baikonur’s pad 81, the DM-2 upper stage completed its satellite lofting operations at 08.26 MSK..

Work on the launch of «Proton» will begin at Baikonur at 19.30 Moscow

Baikonur Cosmodrome is ready to work for the launch of a space rocket «Proton-M» with the upper stage DM-2 and a block of three Russian navigational satellites Glonass-M..

NASA Test-Fires Rocket with Uncertain Future

NASA test-fired a new first-stage rocket motor in the Utah desert Tuesday for a rocket that is facing a shaky future.

Proton-M: L-3 Prelaunch Operations

Proton-M rocket with the cluster of three Glonass-M satellites rolled out yesterday to the launch pad undergoes final stages of prelaunch processing at Baikonur..

Young Mars Crater Contains Water Ice

A fresh crater on Mars has revealed a hidden cache of frozen water in some of the latest photos from a NASA spacecraft..

Publication of the flight probe «Hayabusa» to the asteroid postponed till to December.

The analysis of dust particles found in the container of probe "Hayabusa» landed on the asteroid, will be published in December 2010.

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