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Kazakhstan offers Russia to develop new cooperation program for Baikanur

Kazakhstan has offered Russia to develop a new cooperation program for Baikanur Cosmodrome to be implemented until 2030.

Kazakhstan offers Russia to develop new cooperation program for Baikanur
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Kazakhstan invention to help find life on Mars

A distillation unit invented in Kazakhstan will be used by the expeditions search for life on Mars.

Kazakhstan invention to help find life on Mars
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Baikonur to give up Proton boosters only in 2025

Proton carrier rockets using highly toxic fuel will continue to be launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome until 2025.

Baikonur to give up Proton boosters only in 2025
China space launch debris wrecks villagers' homes: report
China space launch debris wrecks villagers' homes: report

Debris from the rocket carrying China's first moon rover plummeted to earth in a village more than a thousand kilometres from the launch site, crashing into two homes, a report said Tuesday.

China space launch debris wrecks villagers' homes: report
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Bolashak scholarship - opportunity for children of unemployed or retired

Bolashak scholarship gave an opportunity to children of unemployed and retired Kazakhstan nationals to study abroad.

Bolashak scholarship - opportunity for children of unemployed or retired
China to launch moon rover on Monday
China to launch moon rover on Monday

China will launch its first ever moon rover mission on Monday, state media said, as Beijing embarks on the latest stage in its ambitious space programme.

China to launch moon rover on Monday
Comet ISON vanishes as it circles the sun
Comet ISON vanishes as it circles the sun

Comet ISON appears to have flown too close to the surface of the sun Thursday and vanished as it circled the fiery surface, astronomers said.

Comet ISON vanishes as it circles the sun
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Russia invoiced $90 million for Proton-M crash in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has sent Russia a $90 million bill for the Proton-M carrier rocket crash at Baikonur in Kazakhstan.

Russia invoiced $90 million for Proton-M crash in Kazakhstan
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China to send 'jade rabbit' to Moon: state media

China will launch its first ever probe to land on the moon early next month, state media said Tuesday, with the lunar rover named "Jade Rabbit" in a nod to Chinese folklore.

China to send 'jade rabbit' to Moon: state media
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Kazakhstan bills Russia for Proton-M crash

Kazakhstan has billed Russia for the Proton-M carrier rocket crash at Baikonur.

Kazakhstan bills Russia for Proton-M crash
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Satellites to probe Earth's strange shield

Europe next week will launch a trio of hi-tech satellites to explore something that may seem utterly mundane: Earth's magnetic field.

Satellites to probe Earth's strange shield
NASA poised to launch Mars atmosphere probe
NASA poised to launch Mars atmosphere probe

What happened to the water on Mars? How did the Red Planet's atmosphere become so thin over time? NASA's MAVEN probe is scheduled to launch Monday on a mission to find out.

NASA poised to launch Mars atmosphere probe
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Kazakhstan to launch KazSat-3 by 2015 and scientific satellite by 2020

Kazakhstan is planning to launch a scientific spacecraft in 2023.

Kazakhstan to launch KazSat-3 by 2015 and scientific satellite by 2020
Russia launches Proton rocket with military satellite
Russia launches Proton rocket with military satellite

Russia successfully launched a Proton-M rocket carrying a military satellite in the early hours of Tuesday from its Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Russia launches Proton rocket with military satellite
Indian Mars mission suffers glitch but 'no setback'
Indian Mars mission suffers glitch but 'no setback'

India's Mars spacecraft suffered a brief engine failure Monday as scientists tried to move it into a higher orbit around Earth, but controllers denied any setback to the ambitious low-cost mission.

Indian Mars mission suffers glitch but 'no setback'
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Space's 'Ferrari' set to fall to Earth

A science satellite dubbed the "Ferrari of space" for its sleek, finned looks will shortly run out of fuel and fall to Earth after a successful mission, the European Space Agency (ESA) says.

Space's 'Ferrari' set to fall to Earth
ISS crew returns safely to Earth with Olympic torch
ISS crew returns safely to Earth with Olympic torch

Three astronauts returned to Earth Monday, after 66 days aboard the International Space Station, bringing back the Olympic torch back to the planet after a historic space walk.

ISS crew returns safely to Earth with Olympic torch
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Own satellites are a must for Kazakhstan: Musabayev

Talgat Musabayev, chief of Kazakhstan's space industry, has responded to the adversaries of space industry development in Kazakhstan.

Own satellites are a must for Kazakhstan: Musabayev
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Rocket wreckage in Kazakhstan is outside flight zone of Russian rockets

The rocket wrecks found in Kazakhstan are located outside the flight zone of Russian rockets: expert.

Rocket wreckage in Kazakhstan is outside flight zone of Russian rockets
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No excessive radiation at craft wrecks near Baikonur

Kazakhstan experts have checked the spacecraft wreckage near Baikonur Cosmodrome for excessive radiation background and found none.

No excessive radiation at craft wrecks near Baikonur