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NOK-200209 Cosmonautics News N9 2002 magazine
ISS Main Expedition Five Mission Chronicle: July 2002
And then SUBSA started...
Step By Step
Plasma Crystal Again
Lance Bass Started Mission Training
ISS Main Expedition Four Statistics
Shuttle Missions Delayed Due To Cracks In Manifolds
Cosmonauts. Astronauts. Crews
24 Astronauts Bumped From NASA Office
NASA Astronaut Office Roster As Of July 1, 2002
Change In MKS-6 Crew
Donald Pettit replaced Donald Thomas who was temporarily grounded on medical reasons.
Ariane 5 Worked For Europe And Asia
New Workhorse For Strelas
In a surprise for observers, two Strela-3 store-und-dump com-sats were launched by Rockotfor the first time.
Demonstrator 2: Judgement Day
Arkon In Orbit
In 1997, first Araks spacecraft known as Kosmos 2344 was launched under shroud of secrecy. For the second spacecraft of the type, launch date was announced and joint military and civilian use is declared.
Lease Of Baykonur May Be Extended Through 2044
Venus Express Will Happen - Under Russian Direction
ESA approved the project proposed by Dmitn Titov, an IKIscientist now working at Garching, Germany.
From Spain To Australia
NASA and ESA are building two new deep space antennas to support the 2003-2004 Mars exploration boom.
New Scientific Satellites
A Satellite For Olympic Games
New Skies Broadcasts Presidential Debates
Landsat Is 30
Satellite Constellation For Disaster Monitoring
Launch Vehicles. Rocket Engines
Leaning On Air
Australia launched its HyShot vehicle to test hypersonic scramjet. At the same time, U.S scientists began production of air-breathing rocket engine.
Baykal Model Tests In Wind Tunnel Finished
Buran Will Restore MIK-112
Ivan N. Buran named the chairman of the team making efforts to partially restore the test facility building at Site 112 of Baykonur. By February 15, ESA clean rooms must be ready to process Mars Express spacecraft.
RSRM Contract Extended
A Dangerous Route
One More Tourist Rocketplane
New System For Commercial Spacecraft Processing
Established At Baykonur
Companies. Agencies. Organizations
Yuri Koptev On Reforms In Aerospace
Chief of Rosaviakosmos told NK about plans of reorganization and future holdings structure of Russian aviation and space industry. Also, he confirmed that the June ISS meeting failed to produce expected decisions.
Buddy, You Wanna A Moon Rock?
Krasmash Is 70
Mikhail Yevtifyev reviews the history of Krasnoayrask Machine-Building Plant, the Siberian site that produced several types of ballistic missiles and launch vehicles as well as space satellites.
New U.S. Space Museum
Youth Conference At Vyazmki
First Utkin Science Conference
World Space Congress-2002
David Southwood On ESA Science Program And Ways Of
Cooperation With Russia
XII Conference On Space Biology And Aerospace Medicine
Russia Will Cooperate With Iran
Heroes Of Space Remember
Anatoliy Vasilyevich Filipchenko
In his first flight, Anatoliy Filipchenko found that stars are barely seen from orbit, and shouted at his flight engineer Vladislav Volkov in critical seconds before the deorbit burn.
Joe Engle: I've Always Dreamed To Be Good Pilot
Ploughs To Swords
Based on commercial space launchers, U S. companies compete for participation in the ABM program.
Space Forces To Cooperate With Moscow Region
25 years ago, first unmanned TKS spacecraft was launched from Baykonur Igor Afanasyev has the details of this would-be-manned space ship.
Why America Lost Its Tereshkova?
Forty years ago thirteen American women tried to enter the astronaut corps. But it was too early for the U.S. society to accept the idea of woman in space.
Nuclear Explosions In Space
Aleksandr Zheleznyakov and Lean Rosenblum reviews the history of space nuclear tests and missile tests with live nuclear warheads.
Twenty Years Of Hope
Twenty years ago, on September 9,1982, three Canadians were rescued using Soviet satellite of the COSPAS-SARSAT system. Since then satellites called Nadezhda (Hope) continually monitor disaster signals.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Vasytuin
Igor Mikhailovich Shumilov
72 pages, 80 photos