Sergei Pavlovich Korolev and Samara

January 12 is the 115th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Pavlovich Korolev, the founder of practical astronautics. For almost 56 years, Samara University (then Kuibyshev Aviation Institute, KuAI) has proudly borne his name. Twice Hero of Socialist Labor, chief designer, academic Sergei Korolev allowed humanity to take the first steps in space exploration, which … Read more

Russia confirmed tests of anti-satellite weapons. The United States has accused Moscow of endangering the ISS

15 November 2021 Updated November 16, 2021 Photographer, NASA / Roscosmos / Reuters Caption, Astronauts and cosmonauts on the ISS had to move to their ships in case of evacuation US State Department spokesman Ned Price said Russia had tested anti-satellite weapons, after which debris formed in the Earth’s orbit, posing a danger to the … Read more

An avalanche-like increase in debris in orbit threatens to deprive all earthlings of space

The low-Earth Debris cascade of debris that will destroy the Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station was vividly portrayed in the film Gravity starring Sandra Bullock, and it came to mind by the explosion of its own satellite, carried out by the Russian military early on. Monday, November 15th. Representatives of many space … Read more

“Future wars will start from space” – Gazeta.Ru

Roscosmo’s CEO Dmitry Rogozin spoke on the Soloviev Live YouTube channel about what worries the Russian authorities, as well as about the plans for the state-owned company itself. The United States and NATO in space Roskosmos is concerned that Western countries, particularly the United States, are launching potential weapons carriers into outer space, Rogozin said. … Read more

The European Space Agency is concerned about Musk

6 December 2021, 15:59 Musk controls 50% of the satellites in Earth’s orbit According to Josef Aschbacher, who heads the European Space Agency, companies founded by American businessman Elon Musk have begun to dictate their own rules in outer space, according to Prostomob. Musk is accused of dominance in the space industry, a top executive … Read more

They clean up space and create microchips: what did Omsk Polytechnic University succeed in doing in 2021 | NHS55

During the year of science and technology, Omsk State Technical University expanded international cooperation, entered the global ranking of world universities, participated in significant events in the country and signed agreements with major organizations. The most important thing, however, can be called Polytechnic University’s victory in the strategic academic leadership program “Priority 2030” and the … Read more

The first “space” activities after the holidays at VDNKh: free screenings and lectures

On 12, 15 and 16 January 2022, the Cosmonautics and Aviation Center at VDNKh will host excursions “People and Space” dedicated to the 115th anniversary of the birth of the founder of practical cosmonautics Sergei Pavlovich Korolev “Outposts in space” as lectures “Astronomical observations from Earth’s Surface “and” Space Detectives “. Participation in all activities … Read more

The space went from hand to hand – Hi-Tech – Commercial

The coming year promises to be another step in the expansion of the presence of private companies in space and the development of space tourism. Spacecraft developers, space tourism companies, start-ups and manufacturers of high-tech equipment have many missions and events planned for 2022. But the more actively the commercialization of outer space is underway, … Read more