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Space Shuttle Atlantis returned to Earth.

Shuttle Atlantis landed successfully in Florida, the NASA website reported ..

The last of the three satellites GLONASS-M has sent to Baikonur

The last of the three satellites GLONASS-M at 28 November 2009 was sent from Zheleznogorsk to the Baikonur launch site.

Typhoon near the coast of Indonesia.

The NTsOMZ at 27 November 2009 were received pictures of the typhoon in the Pacific Ocean from the «Meteor-M» №1 spacecraft.

«Atlantis» in free flight.

Nov. 25 at 12.43 Moscow time (09:43 GMT) U.S. spacecraft Atlantis STS-129 undocked from the International Space Station..

The Cassini saw Saturn’s auroras.

The probe «Cassini» could see the aurora on Saturn. This was reported in a press release on the project site..

Spacecraft «W7» successfully launched into the target orbit and is taken to manage by the customer

According to the information sector, operational and technical controls Space Agency spacecraft «W7» in the estimated time was put into the target orbit, separated from the upper block «Breeze-M» and is taken to manage the customer..

Atlantis astronauts completed the last spacewalk.

NASA astronauts completed the third and final spacewalk in the Atlantis shuttle mission to the ISS..

Atlantis space shuttle astronauts came back to the ISS from spacewalk.

NASA astronauts Mike Foreman (Mike Foreman), Robert Satcher (Robert Satcher), arrived at the ISS aboard the shuttle Atlantis, at 16:01 Eastern time (00:01 Moscow time) completed the first spacewalk, the National Aerospace Agency of the United States official web-site reported..

At Baikonur completes assembly of the head part for " Zenit " launch vehicle .

At the Baikonur Cosmodrome, continues work for preparation for the launch of Zenit-2SB launch vehicle with the"DM-SLB" booster and American telecommunications spacecraft «Intelsat-15»..

The first attempt to release the Spirit has failed.

Spirit rover’s first attempt to escape from sand captivity failed. About it was reported on the official web-site of the mission..

The Atlantis space shuttle has docked to the ISS.

Space Shuttle Atlantis docked to the ISS, the NASA website reported. The docking took place at 19:41 Moscow time and was in normal mode..

Shuttle Atlantis was launched to the ISS.

Shuttle Atlantis has started from Cape Canaveral (Florida) at 22:28 Moscow time. The NASA web-site reported..

Glonass-M Prepared for Launch at Baikonur

Proton-M rocket/DM upper stage and three Glonass-M satellites are prepared for launch at Baikonur..

Soyuz TMA-17 Prelaunch Processing at Baikonur

Soyuz system autonomous tests are completed. Russian specilists began integrated testing..

LCROSS probe found water on the Moon.

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«Progress» with the new ISS module docked to the ISS

Ship «Progress», bearing Russia’s new ISS module «Poisk», successfully docked with the station on November 12 in 18 hours 41 minutes Moscow time..

The fourth module of Russia’s segment of the ISS went into orbit.

From the Baikonur launched «Soyuz-U» with the Small Research Module-2 (MIM-2)" Poisk " on board ..

Progress M-MRM2: Autonomous Mission

Progress-M will deliver mini-research module Poisk to the station..

DM-SLB Prop Filling Operation is Prepared at Baikonur

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Fragment of space garbage damaged the astronauts sleep

In the night of 6 to 7 November 2009 on the ISS was launched anxiety in connection with a possible collision with space debris station..

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