55 years ago, space was declared the property of all mankind

On January 27, 1967, the Soviet Union, the United States and Great Britain signed an intergovernmental document “Treaty on the Principles of Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space” “The exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, is carried out for the benefit and in … Read more

Roskosmos helped a student do his art homework. PHOTO – URA.RU

The father of a second-grader applied to the state-owned company Telegram channel Mash The state-owned company Roskosmos helped a student from a school in Moscow complete his drawing homework. A second grader in the lesson, on the teacher’s instructions, drew outer space. However, the teacher did not like the work, the teacher said that this … Read more

Russian cosmonauts removed a towel that had been hanging for 10 years in outer space

Russians in outer space completed a large number of tasks A photograph: pixabay.com While working in outer space, Russians Oleg Kononenko and Alexei Ovchinin retrieved a towel that had been forgotten 10 years ago on the outside of the International Space Station. The fabric has not deteriorated, and now the towel will be delivered to … Read more

This afternoon, NASA will launch the SLS lunar rocket into space with the Orion spacecraft. Update: The launch was cancelled

Updated: The launch did not take place today due to a problem with one of the engines identified during the pre-launch preparation phase. A new start attempt, if the problem is fixed, will be made next Friday. original material: The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is ready to conduct the first orbital flight … Read more

Determination to Actively Use Space for Self-Defense: Japan’s Space Policy (1)

We continue with the 21st Century Sputnik Shock series, whose first seven issues dealt with China’s space strategy, and we devote future issues to Japan’s space policy. Of the G7 countries, Japan is the latest to actively engage in the use of space for national defense. Let us consider Japan’s space policy, which is facing … Read more

Trump wants to mine resources in space. And who do they belong to?

April 7, 2020 Sign up for our “Context” newsletter: it will help you understand the events. Photographer, Getty Images US President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order authorizing commercial development of resources on the moon and planets in the solar system. Roscosmos accused Trump of trying to take space territories. International law treats … Read more

Pentagon: Russia Has Weapons That Target Satellites, Depriving US Of Major Military Advantage

June 19, 2020 2:12 p.m June 19, 2020 2:12 p.m | Share The US Department of Defense has published a new edition of the country’s military space strategy. The document, based on the Trump administration’s national defense strategy, targets a potential space confrontation with powerful military powers such as China and Russia. space troops The … Read more