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Baikonur: Proton-M/Breeze-M/Sirius-Radio FM-5 Roll Out Occured This Morning

At June,27 Proton-M/Breeze-M/Sirius-Radio FM-5 has been delivered to the launch pad (site 200) and installed in the launch facility..

The crew of the ISS has become the heroes of Star Trek.

The U.S. space agency on the web poster new ISS crew, in which astronauts were heroes in the film Star Trek. This informs the site NASA Watch. Most recently, in orbit, a special premiere of new film from the famous series..

NASA public on the web videotur on the ISS

The U.S. space agency laid out in the free internet access videotur on the International Space Station (ISS). This informs the site NASA Watch..

Progress M-67 Prelaunch Processing Continues at Baikonur

RSC-Energia experts performed tests of the Progress` Kurs system in the acoustic chamber on June 24..

Khrunichev Center is promised to begin serial production of «Hangar» in 2012

Scientific and Production Center Khrunichev promised in 2012 to establish serial production of the Russian launchers «Angara». The statement was made by Press Secretary Alexander Bobrenev center. His words were quoted ARMS-TASS.

NASA has sent a new spacecraft ’Orion’ in the first virtual flight.

NASA has sent a new spacecraft «Orion» to first virtual flight. This was reported in the press release at the agency..

Baikonur Space Port: Sirius FM-5 Integrated with Proton-M

Prelaunch operations with US RF broadcasting satellite SIRIUS FM-5 are ongoing at Baikonur. Last week the experts assembled upper composite (Breeze-M upper stage and the satellite)..

Phobos-Grunt will Verify Space Origin of Life

Russian interplanetary probe Phobos-Grunt will have passengers. There are earth`s bacteria. They will fly from the Earth to Mars and back and undergo space cold and radiation. Scientists want to use the bacteria to find out whether life of our planet could have been brought from space..

The NASA probe launched to the Moon

From launch at Cape Canaveral launched a probe to explore the Moon Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), is reported at the American Space Agency (NASA). Run the launcher Atlas V, on board which, in addition to LRO, there is another vehicle for exploration of the Moon — Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS), was made on 19 June at 01:32 Moscow time..

Giant towers were found on Saturn

Scientists discovered in the rings of Saturn giant «towers» that can reach a height of more than 1.5 kilometers. This was reported in the press release on the official site of the project CICLOPS, which analyzes images from the probe Cassini..

CORONAS-PHOTON: TESIS Detected New Solar Mass Ejection

The greatest mass ejections on the Sun were registered this Sunday by TESIS telescopes installed on the CORONAS-PHOTON satellite. The source of the ejection is located on the back side of the Sun invisible from the Earth. About 103-106 mln t of ionized gas was ejected..

Resurs-DK1 Satelite. 3 years on Earth orbit!

At Jun 15, 2009 3 years has passed since the Russian satellite of the Earth`s surface remote sensing Resurs-DK1 had launched from Baikonur Spaceport.

Baikonur Space Port: Proton-M — Sirius FM5 Prelaunch Operations

Breeze-M upper stage high-pressure tanks were loaded with propellant components today..

Future ISS Crews Study New Russian Module

Future ISS expedition crews studied Russian Mini-Research Module (MRM-2)..

Mars Orbiter Resumes Science Observations

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is examining Mars again with its scientific instruments after successfully transitioning out of a precautionary standby mode triggered by an unexpected June 3 rebooting of its computer..

Preparations for the launch of «Sirius FM-5» goes according to plan

At Baikonur continue intensive work on preparing for the launch of «Proton-M» with booster «Briz-M» and American spacecraft Sirius FM-5 "..

Shuttle «Endeavor» fly to the ISS on 13 June

NASA has called the date of «Endeavor» launch to ISS. The launch is scheduled for June 13 at 15:17 Moscow from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida..

2-nd All-Russian scientific conference «Actual problems of rocket and space instrumentation and information technology»

3 and 4 June, in NTSOMZ, in the Second All-Russian Scientific Conference «Actual problems of rocket and space instrumentation and information technologies» was held on Section 2 — Systems and technologies of remote sensing of Earth and satellite monitoring.

Gennady Padalka and Michael Barratt came out in open space for the performance of extravehicular activities

In 11 hours 52 minutes Moscow time, Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka and U.S. astronaut Michael Barratt in the suit «Orlan-MK» have opened exit docking compartment hatch «Pierce» and left in open space for tasks extravehicular activities.

Seoul approved the launch of the first South Korean space launch

South Korean Government has approved plans to launch the first space rocket, reported AFP. Launch KSLV-1 (Korea Space Launch Vehicle-1 — Korean booster-1) should start on 30 July with the launch Naro Space Center, located in the county Kohyn (about 475 kilometers away from Seoul). Launch should be put into orbit the telecommunications satellite..

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