November 30, 2015
The organisation of Russia’s manned mission to the Moon will require from four to six launches of the Angara-A5V heavy-lift carrier rocket from the Plesetsk and Vostochny spaceports, a source in the rocket and space industry told TASS on Monday.
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November 19, 2015
Commercial innovation could lead to the return of humans on the moon.
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November 1, 2015
On Tuesday, Oct. 27, one of Russia’s top space industry officials, Vladimir Solntsev, revealed that Russia aims to land a man on the Moon in 2029.
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October 22, 2015
Humanity's most efficient path to Mars includes a pit stop near the moon, a new study suggests.
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October 16, 2015
European and Russian space agencies are planning a series of lunar exploration missions that could pave the way for the return of humans to the moon and even a permanent colony.
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October 13, 2015
NASA intends to take us back to the moon and use the Earth’s only natural satellite as a jumping-off point to get us the rest of the way to the red planet.
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September 16, 2015
NASA green-lit a plan Wednesday to send astronauts into lunar orbit missions to test out Orion, the capsule many hope will be the first to carry humans to Mars. It will be the first time astronauts have left low-Earth orbit since the Apollo missions.
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August 4, 2015
The new head of the European Space Agency wants to give it a try.
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July 20, 2015
Humans could return to the Moon in the next decade and live there a decade after, a new study claims. The announcement was made on the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 crew's first steps on the lunar surface.
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July 17, 2015
There’s a new head of the European Space Agency, and after just two weeks on the job, he’s bringing some ambitious ideas to the table. First up: A human village on the moon.
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July 8, 2015
Included in the recently approved proposals for Phase II of the NIAC Program is the possibility of terraforming a crater on the moon to provide a habitat for robots and then humans.
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