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The Proton-M put into orbit U.S. communication satellite

Russian Proton-M, launched on Saturday, March 20, from the Baikonur cosmodrome put into orbit an American communications satellite EchoStar-14, ITAR-Tass on Sunday morning, March 21..

Russia will resume tourist flights into space.

In 2012 Russia will again organize tourist flights into space. It is reported by Interfax, citing a source in the missile-space industry..

The ISS crew of Expedition 22 has landed.

The descent module of Soyuz TMA-16 landed near the town of Arkalyk in Kazakhstan.

Proton-M/Echostar-14 Erected at the Launch Pad

Following positive launch readiness conclusion by the State Commission last night, Proton-M/Echostar-14 was rolled out early this morning from the prop filling station to launch pad 200, Baikonur..

Private company began a set of astronauts to work in the space hotel

Private company Bigelow Aerospace start hiring astronauts for future work in space hotel or on the space station. Vacancy Announcement is available on the website of the company..

The consequences of an earthquake in Chile.

NTs OMZ has got images of earthquake consequences in Chile.

Space rocket «Proton-M» with spacecraft «EchoStar-14» delivered to a service station

Space rocket Proton-M with the «Breeze-M» booster and spacecraft "EchoStar-14 is completing the prelaunch, scheduled for the processing facility site 92 cosmodrome, and is preparing to export to the launch facility..

Checking engine of private carrier rocket were successful.

Checking engine of private launcher Falcon-9 first-stage, was successful. Portal Universe Today reported.

Across the Earth have created tracks for an emergency landing of the «Souz.»

Specialists have prepared all over the world special landing polygons for Soyuz TMA-16..

Engineers said they might moving the start of shuttle Discovery.

Specialists wich serving spaceport in Florida, found a technical defect, which may cause move launch of the shuttle Discovery, scheduled for April 5..

The new ISS crew passed the first series of examinations.

The primary and backup crews of the new expedition to the ISS passed the first series of tests before the flight to the space station. The results of the examinations on the site Roskosmos..

The work of the ISS extended to 2020.

Members of the ISS project have decided to extend the work station until 2020..

Start of private carrier rocket Falcon-9 failed.

Start of private launcher, heavy-duty Falcon-9 failed. The launch was scheduled for 9 March, 13:30 local time (21:30 Moscow time), but the main engines had not been started..

NASA launched the latest meteorological satellite

National Aerospace Agency of the U.S. on Thursday, March 4, launched the latest meteorological satellite.

China postponed the construction of the orbital station.

China postponed its orbiting space station Tyangun-1 (Tiangong-1), whose title translates as «Heavenly Palace»..

Mars probe photographed the crater field

The probe Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) took pictures of a field of craters on Mars. Description and images available on the project site. Photo (1.2 MB) in high resolution can be found here..

Preparation of Launching Site for „Proton-M“ with „Echostar-14“ has Begun on Baikonur

Preparation for next launch of „Proton-M“ with „Briz-M“ upper-stage continues on Baikonur. This launch must put into orbit an American telecom satellite „Echostar-14“..

Three Glonass-M were Put into Orbit

Proton-M/DM launch vehicle lifted off successfully today (00.19-GMT +3) from Baikonur spaceport with 3 spacecrafts proposed for Russian Global Navigation System..

At Baikonur successfully completed testing of the Soyuz TMA-18 in an anechoic chamber.

At Baikonur continuing intensive work with the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft..

The space probe Cassini photographed the rise of Janus and Rhea over the rings of Saturn

The space probe Cassini photographed the rise of Janus and Rhea over the rings of Saturn Pictures and descriptions are available on the web-site of project ..

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