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Sep 13, 2017
Three new crew members arrive on the ISS on a Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft launched from the Baikonur CosmodromeThree new crew members have arrived at the International Space Station, restoring the station's crew to six.
Sep 03, 2017
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson returns to Earth as American who spent most time in spaceNASA astronaut Peggy Whitson touched down to Earth on Sunday, completing a record-shattering 288-day mission
Jul 06, 2017
Russia admits SpaceX as a "serious threat" in global satellite launch marketRussia's space agency Roscosmos', chief executive Igor Komarov acknowledged that SpaceX have come farther than what they had expected and are a threat.
Jun 16, 2017
Kazakh man dies, another hospitalised after getting caught in fire from Russian rocket launchThe Russians blamed "difficult meteorological conditions" for the blaze including a temperature of 34 degrees Celsius for the death of the Kazakh.
Apr 11, 2017
Three crew members of the International Space Station safely land in KazakhstanAs the Soyuz MS-02 undocked, Expedition 51 officially began under the command of Nasa astronaut Peggy Whitson.
Feb 16, 2017
Isro’s 104 satellite launch means more for our country than a mere world recordI have no doubt that India’s space program, thanks to Isro, will take us to the next step in our technological evolution.
Oct 17, 2016
Mars lander Schiaparelli from Europe starts its decent for the planetA Mars lander left its mothership on Sunday after a seven-month journey from Earth and headed towards the red planet's surface to test technologies for Europe's planned first Mars rover, which will search for signs of past and present life.
Aug 17, 2013
India to go alone in second moon missionIndia will go on its own in its second moon mission without any Russian tie-up, the parliament was told Wednesday....
Jul 03, 2013
Russia loses three satellites worth $200 million after launch ends in flamesA Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites worth around $200 million crashed shortly after lift-off....
Nov 27, 2012
Russia, US pick astronauts for yearlong endurance missionRussia's federal space agency Roscosmos and NASA have chosen two participants for an experimental yearlong endurance mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2015, Roscosmos said Monday.