20 Aug 2023, 17:39 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / For the moment, the follow-up Luna 26 mission flown in tandem with the Chinese Chang'e 7 Lunar Polar Orbiter is set to launch in 2027
25 Dec 2022, 05:32 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / If the Americans and Chinese basically have Mars all to themselves, the Russians, or should we say, the Soviets still dominate the exploration of Venus
4 Oct 2022, 01:45 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / It goes without saying that the ISS will never be the same when and if the Russians ever do follow through with their intentions to leave.
16 Sep 2022, 22:16 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / In the case of Russia, there are more than a few reasons that should be self-evident if you keep up with the news on why they struggle
27 Jul 2022, 00:08 UTC · By: Benny Kirk / Without the long-term support of the nation that launched the first ISS module to space 23 years ago, long term plans for the ISS may be in jeopardy
29 Mar 2022, 11:59 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency says the Rosalind Franklin Mars rover is technically ready for its mission, no ride means it will go in storage instead
18 Mar 2022, 10:42 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency (ESA) officially decided to end work with Russian Roscosmos on the ExoMars mission planned for later this year
5 Mar 2022, 08:14 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Roscosmos chief said “let them fly broomsticks” when announcing Russia’s decision to stop supply of rocket engines to the U.S., and service of those delivered
4 Mar 2022, 12:50 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / After Russia exist Kourou and opposed the launch of the OneWeb mission from baikonur, Arianespace said it will now focus on Ariane 5 and Vega C for launches
3 Mar 2022, 09:30 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Russia is threatening to abandon the International Space Station two years from now, that may affect plans to de-orbit the ISS
1 Mar 2022, 08:41 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency (ESA) working to use the upcoming Vega-C and Ariane 6 launchers for its missions after Russia abandons Kourou
28 Feb 2022, 06:08 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Elon Musk responds to Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin’ not-so-veiled threat that further sanctions on Russia could bring the ISS down in an uncontrolled manner
3 Dec 2021, 14:03 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The International Space Station had to adjust its orbit to avoid a danger posed by the remnants of an American rocket launched decades ago
18 Nov 2021, 16:08 UTC · By: Cristina Mircea / Russia's major news agency TASS is opening a permanent bureau on the International Space Station, because Earth is limiting.
20 Sep 2021, 08:42 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / The Russian film team has completed training and will be taking off on October 5, as scheduled. It will be the first movie to shoot in space
2 Jul 2021, 12:11 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The European Space Agency conducted the first high-altitude drop test of the two parachutes that will land ExoMars on the Red Planet in 2023
11 Jun 2021, 14:15 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Roscosmos is planning to send tourists to the International Space Station; a website showing all the details went live this week
25 May 2021, 12:30 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / The Soyuz-2.1b launcher is getting ready for its upcoming mission this Thursday, when it will deliver 36 OneWeb Internet satellites.
14 May 2021, 15:00 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Yulia Peresild is the first woman to shoot a film in space, on board the ISS, as part of a larger educational program; Challenge is the movie's working title
22 Apr 2021, 12:33 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / Russia kind of made its exit from the International Space Station official, country to focus on designing its own orbiting lab