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NASA has published photos of Supermoon at Baikonur
The Supermoon was captured rising behind the rocket, which is to be launched this Thursday.
Kazakhstan isn’t going to mass-produce cosmonauts: head of KazKosmos National Space Agency
However, plans are afoot to keep on training prospective astronauts, including female astronauts.
Russia launches Proton rocket with British satellite
Russia successfully launched a Proton rocket with a British satellite in the first such launch since an engine failure in May resulted in a Mexican satellite being destroyed.
Kazakh cosmonaut Aidyn Aimbetov prepares for his flight to ISS on September 1
Kazakh cosmonaut Aydin Aimbetov has been going through a pre-flight preparation in Russian Star City for two months already.
Kazakhstan to pay $20 million to send its cosmonaut to ISS
Back in May singer Sarah Brightman announced that she was postponing plans to go into space. Brightman said she was putting her spaceflight on hold for personal and family reasons.
Roskosmos confirms Kazakhstan cosmonaut will fly to ISS in September
Aidyn Aimbetov will replace world’s best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman who was supposed to go on a $52 million 10-day trip aboard the International Space Station.
Russia to make launches from Baikonur until 2024
Head of the Russian Space Agency Igor Komarov declared that Russia will be continuing launches from Kazakhstan's Baikonur Cosmodrome until 2024, when it will switch to its own Vostochny Cosmodrome.
Kazakhstan's Baikonur cosmodrome celebrates its 60th anniversary
Today Kazakhstan’s Baikonur celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Kazakh officials discuss connection between Proton launches and saiga deaths
Is there a connection between the mass die-out of saigas in Kazakhstan and rocket launches from Baikonur cosmodrome?
Kazakhstan's plans to transition to ecologically safe rockets disrupted
Kazakhstan is experiencing disruptions in the transition from Proton carrier rocket to more environmentally friendly Angara booster.
Russia to keep using Kazakhstan's Baikonur despite constructing Vostochny cosmodrome: Russia’s Ambassador
Back in August 2014 the country’s media reported that Russia was intending to stop financing Baikonur starting from 2016.
Russia may stop financing Baikonur in 2016
Russian Finance Ministry might stop financing Baikonur cosmodrome in 2016.
Russian cargo craft docks with ISS, science satellite fails
A cargo craft successfully docked with the International Space Station, the Russian space agency Roskosmos said.
Russia & Kazakhstan quid pro quo on Baikonur
Two new Kazakh-Russian intergovernmental agreements concerning Baikonur Cosmodrome are a possibility.
Weather is not affected by rocket launches: Kazakh Minister of Emergency Situations
Minister of Emergency Situations Vladimir Bozhko expressed his opinion concerning commentaries of local environmentalists who said that rocket launches affected weather conditions in Kazakhstan.
Bizarre glow over Kyzylorda explained
A very unusual phenomenon has been witnessed by residents of Kyzylorda on the evening of July 8.
Modernization of Zenit launching site in Kazakhstan - Russia backtracks, Kazakhstan to bear all costs
National Space Agency's chief said that most probably Kazakhstan would take upon itself all the costs associated with modernization of Zenit launching complex in order to replace Proton booster.
Russia fights against Kazakhstan Ecological Code at Baikonur: Mussabayev
Chairman of KazCosmos National Space Agency Mussabayev said that Russia opposes introduction of the Ecological Code of Kazakhstan at Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Russia to cease leasing Zenit-M launching site at Kazakhstan's Baikonur
Zenit-M rocket launching complex will become a Kazakhstan property on January 1, 2015, effectively ending Russian lease.
Kazakhstan needs $300 million annually to catch up with Russia, the USA and China in space exploration
According to KazKosmos Head, only around $16.4 million is needed to have state-of-the-art laboratories built and fully equipped.
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