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ALOS. Photo courtesy of global.jaxa.jp
New Japan satellite to survey disasters, rain forests

Japan is scheduled to launch a new mapping satellite on Saturday that will be used to survey damage from natural disasters and changes affecting rain forests.

New Japan satellite to survey disasters, rain forests
SpaceX's Dragon capsule.Photo courtesy of space.com
SpaceX supply capsule heads back to Earth

The unmanned Dragon capsule from US firm SpaceX landed safely in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico's coast Sunday, hours after undocking from the International Space Station.

SpaceX supply capsule heads back to Earth
Proton-M launch. ©РИА Новости
Proton-M crash causes no environmental damage to Kazakhstan: Kazkosmos

The recent accident with the Russian Proton-M carrier rocket has not caused any damage to the environment of Kazakhstan.

Proton-M crash causes no environmental damage to Kazakhstan: Kazkosmos
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Russian Proton rocket falls back to Earth after liftoff

A Russian Proton rocket carrying a European-built satellite fell back to Earth on Friday shortly after liftoff in the latest accident to hit the country's once-proud space industry.

Russian Proton rocket falls back to Earth after liftoff
Three astronauts land back on Earth in Soyuz capsule
Three astronauts land back on Earth in Soyuz capsule

Three astronauts, including a Russian and an American, touched down safely on Earth Wednesday aboard a Soyuz capsule, the first such landing since Russia's relationship with the West slumped amid the Ukraine crisis.

Three astronauts land back on Earth in Soyuz capsule
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Ariane space ship wreckage confirmed to come from July launch, Kazakhstan off the hook

BBC has contacted the UK Space Agency and Arianespace about the space ship wreckage found in Brazil on April 28.

Ariane space ship wreckage confirmed to come from July launch, Kazakhstan off the hook
Photo courtesy of Kazcosmos
French Ariane ruins Kazakhstan's first surveillance satellite?

The Atlantic has release a photo by Reuter's photograher Tarso Sarraf of a part of Ariane rocket lifted from a river somewhere in Brazil.

French Ariane ruins Kazakhstan's first surveillance satellite?
Photo courtesy of Kazcosmos
Kazakhstan's KazEOSat-1 satellite launch delayed over ventilation problems

KazEOSat-1 satellite was not been launched on schedule from the Kourou space centre in French Guiana.

Kazakhstan's KazEOSat-1 satellite launch delayed over ventilation problems
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Kazakhstan to launch its first ever remote sensing satellite from Kourou April 29

2014 will be a busy year for KazKosmos National Space Agency as it plans for the first time ever to launch 3 space vehicles: one communications satellite and two remote sensing satellites, Tengrinews.kz reported earlier.

Kazakhstan to launch its first ever remote sensing satellite from Kourou April 29
SpaceX launches Dragon capsule to ISS
SpaceX launches Dragon capsule to ISS

Private US firm SpaceX launched its unmanned Dragon capsule to the International Space Station on Friday, its third trip carrying supplies and equipment to the orbiting lab.

SpaceX launches Dragon capsule to ISS
Nazifa Baktybayeva. Photo courtesy of obozrenie.kz
Sophomore students creating satellite in Kazakhstan

A sophomore spacecraft inventor Nazifa Baktybayeva from Kazakhstan's Pavlodar is working on a real satellite.

Sophomore students creating satellite in Kazakhstan
'Cherry tree from space' mystery baffles Japan
'Cherry tree from space' mystery baffles Japan

A cosmic mystery is uniting monks and scientists in Japan after a cherry tree grown from a seed that orbited the Earth for eight months bloomed years earlier than expected -- and with very surprising flowers.

'Cherry tree from space' mystery baffles Japan
Russian cargo ship docks to space station
Russian cargo ship docks to space station

A Russian cargo ship has successfully docked with the International Space Station Thursday, bringing the crew crucial supplies and water, Russia's space agency said.

Russian cargo ship docks to space station
Photo courtesy of haaretz.com
New Israeli spy satellite enters orbit: defence ministry

A new Israeli spy satellite entered orbit early Thursday, the defence ministry said, boosting the Jewish state's ability to monitor arch-foe Iran.

New Israeli spy satellite enters orbit: defence ministry
Europe launches environment satellite
Europe launches environment satellite

Europe on Thursday launched the first in a constellation of hi-tech satellites designed to monitor Earth for climate change and environmental damage and help disaster relief operations.

Europe launches environment satellite
Russian spacecraft brings three-man crew to ISS after two-day delay
Russian spacecraft brings three-man crew to ISS after two-day delay

A Russian spacecraft carrying a three-man Russian and US crew on Friday docked successfully at the International Space Station after an unprecedented two-day delay caused by a technical hitch.

Russian spacecraft brings three-man crew to ISS after two-day delay
Russian-US crew blast off for ISS from Kazakhstan
Russian-US crew blast off for ISS from Kazakhstan

A crew of two Russian cosmonauts and an American astronaut blasted off Tuesday from Kazakhstan on a Russian Soyuz rocket for the International Space Station, with US-Russia space cooperation pressing on despite the diplomatic standoff over Ukraine.

Russian-US crew blast off for ISS from Kazakhstan
The preparation of Kazakhstan telecommunications satellite KazSat-3 at the testing and assembling division of Baikonur cosmodrome. ©RIA Novosti
KazSat-3 satellite being readied for Baikonur

Kazakhstan experts are accepting the telecommunications satellite KazSat-3 from Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems of Russia these days.

KazSat-3 satellite being readied for Baikonur
Kazakhstan to help NASA protect satellites from garbage
Kazakhstan to help NASA protect satellites from garbage

Kazakhstan scientists want to study the problem of space garbage together with NASA.

Kazakhstan to help NASA protect satellites from garbage
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Space rock craze hits South Korea after meteor shower

A corner of South Korea is in the grip of a frenzied hunt for valuable space souvenirs, following a rare meteor shower there last week.

Space rock craze hits South Korea after meteor shower