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NOK-200201 Cosmonautics News N1 2002 magazine

Cosmonautics News NOK-200201 Cosmonautics News N1 2002 magazine
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NOK-200201 Cosmonautics News N1 2002 magazine

Contents
Piloted Flights
ISS Main Expedition Three
Mission Chronicle: November 2001
Third EVA was thought to be the last major task for the MKS-3 crew pawing the way to return on Endeavour. As Progress Ml-7 failed to dock to ISS properly, one more EVA for Dezhurov and Tyurin was called for.
Third EVA Of The Third Expedition
Problems With Plasma Crystal Experiment
Addressing Presidents
Progress M-45 Undocking
Progress M1-7 Launched Successfully
Unfinished Docking Of Progress
Statistics of the 2nd Russian Visiting Expedition
'Case of ISS': The Sentence
New U.S. Administration would not finance any upgrade to ISS beyond the three astronauts permanent crew configuration unless NASA proved its ability to finish it timely and within budget.
Cosmonauts. Astronauts. Crews
Cosmonauts Met In Star City
Derbents: Interview After The Flight
Aleksandr Glushko talked to Viktor Afanasyev, Claudie Haignere and Konstantin Kozeyev soon after their return to Star City.
Cosmonauts Received Their Awards From President
On November 22, President Vladimir Putin handed Talgat Musabayev and Yuri Baturin their awards for the first Russian visiting expedition to ISS back in April. Cosmonaut Baturin reminded Putin that several other cosmonauts who flew earlier were not awarded yet.
Frank De Winne'Named To MKS-EP4
As the fourth 'taxi' crew will be the first to fly Soyuz TMA spacecraft, Sergey Zalyot'n and Frank De Winne should start mission training this December.
Remek and Cernan Suffered Accident But Were Lucky
Strong Men Win Space
What does physical training for cosmonauts look like now? V.Skovorodnikov, a trainer with the Gagarin Cosmonauts Traning Center, knows the answer.
Heroes of Space Remember
Vitaliy Sevastyanov
Veteran of two record-breaking space missions. Twice Hero of the Soviet Union. A cult figure of Soviet propaganda. An influential Communist member of State Duma since 1993. Vitaliy Sevastyanov remembers unique details of his career.
Launches
200th Commercial Satellite By BSS Launched: DirecTV-4S
Six Years Of Radarsat-1
Launch Pad For Vega
Spacecraft
New Contract For Dialog
Russian State Enterprise of Space Communications and the Khrunichev Center agreed to build and launch a Dialog-E comsat in the beginning of 2003.
Mirror for Herschel
RAMOS Stays On Timeline
At the program review held October 24-25 in the U.S., Russia was given responsibility for spacecraft buses of the two U.S.Russian experiments/ RAMOS spacecraft and the ground control and processing facilities.
Space Plans Of PRC
New Military Satellites Of The U.S.
V.Mokhov reports on the development ofSBIRS High and Advanced EHF systems.
China-Taiwan: Conflict On Satellites
Satellites Shed Light On A Warmer World
New Heights of Chinese Space
Satellites Contacted With The Help Of Laser For The First Time
India And Imaging Reconnaisance From Space
Khrunichev Center To Develop Monitor
New Khrunichev system for remote sensing would include seven spacecraft: an experimental Monitor E, two thermal imaging birds Monitor II and 12, Monitor-S with stereo scaners, a high resolution Monitor-0 and two radar satellites, Monitor R3 and Monitor R23.
Freckled Sun
HETE Found A Supernova
Launch Vehicles. Rocket Engines
Taurus And Pegasus Accidents Investigated
EELV Vehicles Are Prepared For Start
Air Launch: New Ideas
Latest Test Firing Of SRB
Ariane 5 Booster Test
Advanced Developments of KBKhA
Solid Fuel For H-2A Boosters
New Chinese Launch Vehicles
Launch Sites
Soyuz Launch Vehicle To Be Tested At Site 112
Aurora Will Not Start From Baykonur
Plans of adapting the UKSS launch complex for Aurora test flights were abandoned and the test program of Aurora moved to Christmas Island.
Probes
News From Galileo
To Pluto With Alan Stern
Hunt For Gravity Waves Started
Companies. Agencies. Organizations
NASA Budget For FY2002 Approved
Dan Goldin Retired
ESA Approved Five Year Budget, Or Will Europeans Fly To Mars?
Plesetsk To Patronize Space Cadet School
Sergey Viktorovich Italyantsev
Sergey Italyantsev, Director of Science Research Institute for Precise Mechanics, died on November 24.
Museum In The Birthplace of Andriyan Nikolayev
Museum Of Evgeniy Khrunov Opened
Russian Tsiolkovskiy Academy of Cosmonautics Today
Full Workload Of KB TKhM
Projects. Plans
Australian Hypersonic Ramjet: Not A Victory Yet
NASA Selects Advanced Technologies For Test Flights
Artillery Assaults Space
Space Science
Greenhouse For ISS: Space Agronomists Prepare For Sowing
Hobby
Patches On Space Suits-2: Special Cases
History
Project M-71
Official TASS report on Mars-3 landing left us an enigma: What was in the 20 seconds of Martian panoramic photo received on Earth and why did the spacecraft go silent? Novosti Kosmonavtiki presents the story of the M-71 mission from V.G.Perminov, one of those who was in charge of operating the spacecraft.
People
Gleb Yevgenyevich Lozino-Lozinskiy

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