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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.

The last stage of preparation for the Rokot carrier rocket launch has degan.

The final phase of the Rokot carrier rocket launch preparations with a spacecraft "Gonets-M has started at the cosmodrome Plesetsk in Arkhangelsk region.

Private spacecraft has successfully passed the last test

In Florida, successfully completed the next stage of testing private unmanned spacecraft Dragon, which is developing by SpaceX company.

China has launched a new mapping satellite

China successfully launched into orbit next cartographic satellite Tianhui I (translated from the Chinese as «cartographic satellite 1»)..

Breeze M Arrives at Baikonur for SIRIUS XM-5 Launch

The Breeze M upper stage (US) – which will be used as a forth stage on a Proton M space rocket to insert into orbit the Sirius XM-5 satellite – was delivered today to Baikonur Launch Base (Cosmodrome) on a Russian AN-124-100 ‘Ruslan’ transport aircraft of Polet Airlines..

Soyuz-U Prelaunch Processing Continues at Baikonur

Experts of the space port commenced Soyuz-U testing..

The situation with the smoke under Moscow and central Russia from August 6, 2010 on August 23, 2010

The current situation on the fires.

Baikonur: DM-2 Integrated with Glonass-M Cluster

Russian space industry continues Glonass launch campaign at Baikonur..

China has finished assembling its first module of the space station.

China announced the completion of assembly of the first module of its future space station, the local agency Xinhua informed..

Baikonur’s Ground Facilities Prepared for Glonass Launch

Russian space industry continues Glonass launch campaign at Baikonur..

Progress M-07M Passes Through Leak Check Successfully

Progress M-07M cargo vehicle has passed through leak check at site 254, Baikonur..

Russia to Launch 3 More Earth Observation Satellites in 1,5 Years

Russian Earth observation orbital constellation to be enlarged by three more satellites in 1-1.5 years, Anatoly Perminov, Head of the Russian Federal Space Agency said questioned by The Voice of Russia..

The astronauts installed a new pump on the ISS.

Astronauts Douglas Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson in the third emergency spacewalks install a new ammonia pump in the ISS thermoregulation system.

Third Repair Spacewalk by ISS Astronauts Set for Monday

After completing several days of analysis and refining procedures, International Space Station managers and mission operations personnel met Sunday and gave final approval for a third spacewalk Monday by Expedition 24 Flight Engineers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson to install a spare ammonia pump in the station’s starboard truss as well as approval to restart and activate half of the station’s cooling system that became inoperable two weeks ago due to a failure of the pump in the station’s starboard truss..

Three Globalstar-2 Satellites Delivered to Baikonur

An-124 Ruslan airplane delivered three Globalstar-2 satellites to Baikonur yesterday..

NASA intended sending ISS module to the asteroid

Specialists of the American Space Agency (NASA) are considering the possibility of becoming one of the modules of the ISS to the spacecraft for studing asteroids after the completion of the ISS program in 2020..

Second Spacewalk of the ISS Astronauts to Replace Coolant Pump Complete

Expedition 24 Flight Engineers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson have completed the second of three spacewalks to remove the failed ammonia coolant Pump Module on the S1 truss of the International Space Station that failed July 31.

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