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NOK-200311 Cosmonautics News N11 2003 magazine
Events of September, 2003
ISS Main Expedition Seven Mission Chronicle: September 2003 Progress Ml-10 Undocked
Cosmonauts Received Satellite Communications
Progress M-48 delivered to the 7th ISS crew Indium satellite telephones and 'Garmin GPS indicator for emergency communications and navigation after landing. The only problem is to certify the phone battery charger.
Return To Flight
NASA began Shuttle fleet modifications to comply with the Gehman commission recommendations as search for new goal for manned flights is ongoing.
China Is Going Skywards
On the threshold of the first Chinese manned spaceflight Dmitriy Regentov reviews the history of this country's piloted program.
Chinese Space Laboratory And Problems Of Docking
New TsPK Commander And Deputy Appointed
Maj.Gen. Vasiliy Tsibliyev became new commander of the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center since September 17. Col. Valeriy Korzun is his new deputy.
Petr Klimuk Seeing-Off Ceremony Held
Cosmonaut Candidates Began Space Training
Yuri Aleksandrovich Senkevich
MKS-8 Crew Training Finished
Odyssey Program Start
Russian students participate in space-oriented educational course.
Final part of it will be based on Don-17KS (MIR) simulator at TsPK.
KB TKhM Is 60
USA-171: New 'Ear' In Orbit
Second Launch Of Kaitouzhe: Unsuccessful Again?
Kosmos-3M And The Next Cluster Of Microsats
Four international and two Russian satellites were launched on September 27 after an inventive workaround of a failed valve in the second stage oxidizer load system.
Space Forces Commander On Prospects Of The Northern
1.6 billion Roubles has been obligated to develop Plesetsk infrastructure but 1.8 billion more is needed.
Three Spacecraft Launched By Ariane 5
Europe Probes Moon For The First Time
Hot Autumn For. Proton-M
Russian Interplanetary Plans
Russia is about to return to development and launch of deep space probes due to better financial environment. Fobos-Grunt now scheduled for launch in 2009 is the obvious leader and it now may host an additional U.S. payload. The next one now being considered is a Venus lander Venera-D (2013). Russian participation in European BepiColombo mission (2012) would also be quite significant: launch vehicles, the MSE lander and instruments on both MPO and MSE. The Ptaneta-A program envisages Russian instruments on NASA and ESA probes. Luna-Glob, Mars-Grunt and Aster projects are under consideration too.
'I Don't Think We've Got A Gap In Technologies'
Jupiter Swallowed Galileo
GAIA Will Continue Exploration Of Universe
Rosetta: Target Shown By Hubble
Project Of Indian Lunar Mission Specified
Russian-European Cooperation In Rocket Engines
RD-180 Production In The U.S.: Coming To Reality
Hubble Images Mars In Opposition
JWST Main Mirror Design Selected
Kaluga: The City Of Space
Space Art Exhibition
Before First Piloted One...
From The History Of Sea-Going Space Fleet: 35 Years Since Zond-5 (Part 1)
95th Anniversary Of Academician V.P.GLushko
Academician V.P.Glushko Jubilee Celebrated
70th Anniversary Of Ye.V.Khrunov
72 pades, 100 photos