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Topic - Vladimir Popovkin
Russia will complete a plan for a program to protect the planet against threats from space by the end of this year, said Vladimir Popovkin, the head of Moscow's space agency, Roscosmos.
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying an American, a Russian and a Canadian headed Wednesday for the International Space Station, where they will spend four months carrying out dozens of experiments.
A Russian spacecraft surged into clear skies over the Central Asian steppe Tuesday, carrying a three-man crew on their way to the International Space Station.
The head of Russia's leading rocket manufacturer has stepped down after a failed launch, the nation's space chief said Thusrday.
The head of Russia's space agency said Tuesday that cosmic radiation was the most likely cause of the failure of a Mars moon probe that crashed to Earth this month, and suggested that a low-quality imported component may have been vulnerable to the radiation.
Some of the recent failures of Russian satellites may have been the result of sabotage by foreign forces, the nation's space chief said.
Some recent Russian satellite failures may have been the result of sabotage by foreign forces, Russia's space chief said Tuesday, in comments apparently aimed at the United States.
A Russian spacecraft carrying an American and two Russians blasted off Monday from the snow-covered Kazakh steppes in a faultless launch that eased anxiety about the future of U.S. and Russian space programs.
Inspections have found that the Soyuz rockets intended to carry astronauts and cargo to the International Space Station do not have the flaw that caused an unmanned cargo ship to crash in August, Russia's space chief said Friday.
Popovkin said that Russia will continue to help China develop its space program, but added that his agency would be careful about transfer of technologies.
Popovkin said a cargo ship will be launched on Oct. 30 and a manned mission will follow on Nov. 14.