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Launch Eve: Lucy Interplanetary Station

Launch Eve: Lucy Interplanetary Station

NASA's new interplanetary mission, Lucy, kicks off on October 16. It will last at least 12 years, and during this time the automatic station of the same name will have to study several asteroids on ...
New complexes and opportunities for the Space Forces

New complexes and opportunities for the Space Forces

The Russian Space Forces continue combat duty and constantly monitor the situation in outer space. The processes of updating optical and radio engineering complexes are also continuing, ...
China's lunar program and its goals

China's lunar program and its goals

China is continuing its lunar program and making new plans. In the medium and long term, it is proposed to conduct new research, and then start building a long-term research ...
US Space Force: Threats and Defense Issues

US Space Force: Threats and Defense Issues

The US space force is called upon to respond to emerging threats and prepare for the challenges of the future. Work in this direction is underway, but so far they are mainly of a theoretical nature and affect ...
Tempest rocket technologies: groundwork for the future

Tempest rocket technologies: groundwork for the future

In 1957-60. flight tests of the Tempest intercontinental cruise missile were carried out. This product was supposed to show the highest flight performance, which required the development and ...
From under the water to space

From under the water to space

Obsolete SSBNs as mobile reserve cosmodromes for the armed forces of the Russian Federation ...
The True Story of the Space Pen

The True Story of the Space Pen

In Soviet times, there was a popular anecdote about how NASA spent millions of dollars to invent a pen that would write in space while the Russians were using pencils. Surprisingly, in this ...
Star Wars: Another Attempt

Star Wars: Another Attempt

The world started talking about the escalation of tension in outer space and the possibility of conflicts ...
So how can we repeat it?

So how can we repeat it?

Where is Russian cosmonautics going from the ISS: to the past or the future? ...