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Business | Technology  | 17.11.22

Russian Internet Satellite to Be Launched Into Orbit in 2024

The private Russian space company SR Space plans to launch its first spacecraft of the multi-satellite low-orbit broadband Internet access system SR NET in 2024.  “It is assumed that SR NET will become the Russian analogue of the Starlink satellite system in the future. The first launch of the SR NET spacecraft is planned in

Record Number of One Web Satellites Launched From Russian Cosmodrome [Video]

Thirty-six OneWeb communication satellites launched from the Russian ‘Baikonur’ cosmodrome into target orbits, as reported by the ‘Roscosmos’ State Space Corporation. This number of satellites was launched from Baikonur for the first time.  Все 36 спутников связи #OneWeb успешно отделились от разгонного блока «Фрегат» и выведены на целевые орбиты // All 36 @OneWeb communications satellites

Business | Technology  | 23.11.21

Roscosmos Promised to Provide Russians With Internet From Space in 2024

The ‘Roscosmos’  State Space Corporation has received the first funds for the implementation of the “Sphere” programme, which will allow Russia to receive the Internet from space. According to the head of the corporation, Dmitry Rogozin, this can be achieved in 2024.   As stated, this year, the corporation has already received the first funding for

Russia Outraged by US Blames of Creating Space Threat, as Destructive Satellite Test Conducted According to International Law

Russian Foreign Ministry is outraged by the US “hypocrisy” in statements on space security. Russia stressed that the American authorities are well aware, fragments of the defunct satellite destroyed recently in space pose no threat to any space stations, and the destructive test itself was carried out according to international law.   On Monday, the US

Business | Technology  | 11.08.21

Russians Developed Satellite Platform for Power Grids Monitoring

A universal satellite platform that will collect and transmit information about the state of power grids and pipelines is being tested in Russia, the press service of the ‘Roscosmos’ State Space Corporation reports.  It is noted that the manufacturer of electrical and electronic equipment “Impulse” together with the “Gonets” Satellite System company, that is a

Recommended | Business | Technology  | 15.06.21

Russia to Launch About 300 Civil Satellites

Russia is going to launch about 300 civil spacecraft by 2030 to provide global communications and the Internet of things, as stated in the presentation by the First Deputy General Director of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Space Communications, Alexander Ganin, presented at the International Navigation Forum in Moscow, TASS reports.  It is planned that

Recommended | Business | Technology  | 31.05.21

OneWeb Services to Become Available in Russia 2021

Communication services of the British company OneWeb will be technically available from the territory of Russia at the end of 2021, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the commercial director of the company in Russia Mikhail Kaigorodov.  Mikhail noted that the eighth launch in July as part of the OneWeb programme from the Vostochny cosmodrome

Recommended | Business | Technology | Videos  | 26.04.21

Russian Rocket Launched From Vostochny Cosmodrome [Video]

The launch of the Soyuz-2.1b rocket from the Vostochny cosmodrome took place today, on April 26, 2021, the press service of the ‘Roscosmos’ state space corporation reports.   The Soyuz-2.1b rocket was launched from the Vostochny cosmodrome at 1.14 am Moscow time. It is noted that all 36 British ‘OneWeb’ satellites have been successfully launched into

Business | Technology  | 30.03.21

First Russian Drone Received Satellite Communication Terminal

The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) “Altius” became the first Russian drone equipped with a satellite communication terminal, TASS reports with reference to the chief designer of the project Ilya Matveev. The satellite receiver is located under the UAV’s nose fairing.   “This on-board satellite communications terminal was developed in Russia, including for use as part of