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Photo credit: vk.com/roscosmos A greenhouse for growing vegetables will appear on the International Space Station in 2021, the project is being prepared by specialists from the Research Institute of Space Instrument Engineering together with the staff of the Institute of Biomedical...

01.12.2020 Subject: Space

Photo credit: ru.wikipedia.org It is 45 years since the legendary meeting in space. On July 17, 1975, the spacecraft of the USSR and the USA, Soyuz-19 and Apollo, successfully docked in orbit. Starting from the surface of the planet on July 15, they met two days later and made two...

17.07.2020 Subject: Space

Cosmonautics Day is celebrated today, on April 12, in Russia. On this day in 1961, the first man went into space - the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The festive events to celebrate this holiday will take place on October 4...

12.04.2020 Subject: Space

Photo credit: roscosmos.ru Four Indian cosmonaut candidates began training at the Cosmonaut Training Center. It is reported that the course is designed for a year. As part of the training, the Indians will get acquainted with space technology and learn to work in zero gravity. The...

11.02.2020 Subject: Space

Photo credit: physicsworld.com The Russian-German Space Observatory Spektr-RG has initiated its mission to map the entire universe, Sputnik News reported.  The Spektr-RG mission is a joint project between Roscosmos and the German space agency DLR. Note, that Spektr-RG was launched from...

30.10.2019 Subject: Space

Photo credit: twitter.com The portrait’s sculpture of the first cosmonaut on the planet adorned the planetarium of the Argentine city of La Punta, RIA Novosti reports. The opening ceremony of the monument to Yuri Gagarin took place on the eve of October 4. It was timed to coincide with the anniversary of the launch of the first satellite. It was launched by...

06.10.2019 Subject: Space

Photo credit: Roscosmos / Facebook Elements of artificial intelligence have been added to the Fedor robot, which will soon go to the International Space Station (ISS). According to the representative of Roscosmos Alexander Bloshenko, the robot now can talk on different topics and even joke, the Izvestia newspaper...

06.08.2019 Subject: Space

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