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Roscosmos knows what caused hole in ISS; NASA wants answers
The tiny hole aboard the International Space Station (ISS) that caused so much drama in August of last year is still producing controversy, over a year later. According to new reports, Russia now knows the source of the hole, but it doesn't look like NASA has been informed.
ESA encounters parachute trouble as it readies ExoMars 2020 for launch
A joint venture between the European Space Agency (ESA) and Russian space agency Roscosmos to place a rover and science platform on Mars has hit a stumbling block, with the parachutes needed to safely lower the ExoMars 2020 module to the surface receiving damage during the latest round of testing.
Russia launches major new telescope into space after delays
A Russian Proton-M rocket successfully delivered a cutting-edge space telescope into orbit after days of launch delays, Russia’s space agency said.
ESA/Roscosmos spacecraft sends its first photos of Mars surface
The European Space Agency (ESA)/Roscosmos jointly-developed spaceship Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) returned its first photos of the Martian surface.
Roscosmos signs new contract on flight of two space tourists to ISS
Russia’s Roscosmos and US company Space Adventures signed a new contract on the flight of two space tourists to the International Space Station (ISS) until late 2021 onboard one spacecraft, the state corporation told TASS on Tuesday.
Russian Roscosmos singles out design of carrier rocket for lunar missions
Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos finally approved the design of the Yenisei super-heavy class launch vehicle for future lunar missions, it will use the RD-180 and RD-171MB engines, a Russian space industry source told Sputnik.
Roscosmos head promises to check whether US Moon landings really happened
The head of Russia’s national space agency Roscosmos proposed a mission to the Moon to verify whether the American Moon landings really took place.
Roscosmos reignites plans to visit Venus
The Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) and NASA are discussing a joint project called Venera-D, which aims to land a space probe on the surface of Venus and spend several days conducting research there before eventually destroyed by the intense heat.

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