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June 18, 2015
Russian, US Scientists to Cooperate in Space Exploration Despite Sanctions
Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 16, 2015
A delegation of ?he Russian Academy of Sciences representatives visited the US and held talks on cooperation with American scientists. A number of joint projects will be implemented in the near future. The Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and the US National Academy of Sciences reached an agreement to develop joint projects on space exploration, including the exploration of Venus, President of the RAS Vladimir Fortov said during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to ... read more

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Russian Space Agency Reschedules 6 Flights to ISS for 2015
Russian space agency Roscosmos said on Tuesday it has rescheduled launches to the International Space Station (ISS) to include six more for 2015. The decision was made after the Progress M27-M ... more
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Russia aims for launch of next manned flight to ISS in July
Russia's space agency said on Tuesday the next manned mission to the International Space Station would blast off between July 23 and 25, after it delayed the launch due to a rocket failure. ... more
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Crewmembers From ISS to Return to Earth June 11
The crew of Expedition 42/43 will return to Earth from the International Space Station on June 11, Roscosmos head Igor Komarov said Friday. Three members of the ISS crew - US astronaut Terry V ... more
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Astronauts delayed return from ISS set for June 11: Russia
Three astronauts who had their stay on the International Space Station extended by a month after a rocket failure are set to land back on Earth on June 11, the head of Russia's space agency said Friday. ... more
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Historic handshake between space and Earth
In the first-ever demonstration of space-to-ground remote control with live video and force feedback, NASA astronaut Terry Virts orbiting Earth on the International Space Station shook hands with ES ... more
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Space Station remodelling
The International Space Station's Permanent Multipurpose Module was detached and moved by the main robotic arm to another place on the orbiting laboratory yesterday. This delicate operation required ... more
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NASA Delays Approval on International Space Station Projects
The United States has spent almost $43 billion to develop, assemble and operate the ISS over the past two decades, the GAO said. "The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) has ... more
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Space age mice are thin-skinned
Scientists have found skin abnormalities among three mice that recently spent 91 days aboard the International Space Station. The results bolster mounting evidence suggesting animals (humans included) aren't built for life in space. ... more
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NASA Begins Major Reconfiguration of International Space Station
NASA plans to relocate a storage module from one node to another in what would be the largest change to the configuration of the International Space Station (ISS) as the agency prepares the ISS for ... more
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Roundworms have the Right Stuff
Humans have long been fascinated by the cosmos. Ancient cave paintings show that we've been thinking about space for much of the history of our species. The popularity of recent sci-fi movies sugges ... more
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ISS module relocation makes way for Commercial Crew spacecraft
The International Space Station Program will take the next step in expanding a robust commercial market in low-Earth orbit when work continues Wednesday, May 27, to prepare the orbiting laboratory f ... more
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Samantha's longer stay on ISS
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti's mission on the International Space Station has been extended until the beginning of June. It was planned to end this week with a return to Earth together with ... more
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ISS Partners Adjust Spacecraft Schedule
NASA and its international partners agreed Tuesday to set a new schedule for spacecraft traffic to and from the International Space Station. The partner agencies agreed to adjust the schedule ... more
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Italian astronaut shows how to use restroom on ISS online
An Italian European Space Agency astronaut shows millions how to use the toilet on International Space Station (ISS) through a video uploaded lately in a popular social website. As astronaut S ... more
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Russia delays return of ISS crew members after supply ship failure
Russia said Tuesday it would delay the return of three astronauts from the International Space Station after the recent failure of a supply ship. ... more
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Manned mission to ISS to be delayed due to cargo spacecraft's failure
Russian federal space agency Roscosmos said Wednesday that the upcoming manned mission to the International Space Station (ISS) would be re-scheduled due to the recent failure of the Progress M-27M ... more
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Russia loses control of unmanned spacecraft
Russia said Wednesday it had lost control of an unmanned spacecraft taking supplies to the International Space Station and it is plunging back to Earth but is likely to burn up in the atmosphere. ... more
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Progress Incident Not Threatening Orbital Station, Work of Crew
The incident with the Progress cargo vessel does not endanger the International Space Station (ISS) or the work of its crew, a senior designer at Russia's Energia space corporation said Wednesday. ... more
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Japanese astronaut to arrive in ISS in May
Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui will begin his first long duration stay aboard the International Space Station (ISS) next month, announced Japan's space agency on Friday. The launch of the Soyuz ... more
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Liquid crystal bubbles experiment arrives at International Space Station
An experiment led by the University of Colorado Boulder arrived at the International Space Station today and will look into the fluid dynamics of liquid crystals that may lead to benefits both on Ea ... more
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Sixth SpaceX Delivery of Station Research With a Side of Caffeine
From improving LCD screens to testing espresso machines, a variety of research is headed to the International Space Station aboard the sixth SpaceX contracted resupply mission. The Dragon spacecraft ... more
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Research for One-Year Space Station Mission Launched On Falcon 9
Research that will help prepare NASA astronauts and robotic explorers for future missions to Mars is among the two tons of cargo now on its way to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX ... more
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Astronaut Hadfield to release first space album
Astronaut Chris Hadfield is taking music to intergalactic heights with the first album written and recorded in space. ... more
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Special 3-D delivery from space to Marshall Space Flight Center
Engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, unboxed some special cargo from the International Space Station on April 6: the first items manufactured in space with a 3-D ... more
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