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Photo credit: Channel One / A film crew took off to the International Space Station (ISS) on Tuesday, October 5, the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper writes.  For the first time in...

05.10.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: elanya81 / Almost 40 people attended the international summer space school, which opened in Samara, TASS reports. It is organized by the Samara National Research University. Queen. The school participants come from different countries - from Mexico to Ethiopia...

30.08.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: the Russian Embassy in Spain / The monument of the first cosmonaut of the planet Yuri Gagarin adorned the Spanish capital, RIA Novosti reports. It is installed opposite the central entrance to the Madrid Planetarium. Its opening took place on Tuesday, June...

08.06.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: Svklimkin / (CC-BY-SA-4.0) Actress Yulia Peresild and director Klim Shipenko will go into orbit to shoot the film Challenge. Some scenes will be filmed at the International Space Station (ISS), RIA Novosti reports. ...

13.05.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: NASA / (Public domain) The most difficult thing for the American astronaut Shane Kimbrow during the preparation for the flight to the International Space Station was the study of the Russian language. He told about this to schoolchildren from the United States during an online conference, TASS reports. ...

12.05.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: kaboompics / The 1st woman astronaut from the Muslim country,  Nora Al Matrooshi, is going to learn Russian, reports. She was selected to the United Arab Emirates astronaut team. Together with her, Muhammad al-Mulla is preparing for the...

03.05.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: qimono / More than 150 people took part in the My Space international artistic and educational marathon, according to the website of the Union of Organizations of Russian Compatriots in Spain and Andorra. It was timed to coincide with the 60th anniversary of...

15.04.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: AKuptsova / Cosmonautics Day is celebrated on Monday, April 12. It was established in honor of the first manned flight into space, TASS reports. This year marks the 60th anniversary of this event. ...

12.04.2021 Subject: Space


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