cosmonautics


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cosmonautics

(ˌkɒzməˈnɔːtɪks)
n
(Astronautics) another name for astronautics

cosmonautics

astronautics. — cosmonaut. n.cosmonautical, adj.
See also: Astronomy
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Daria Kosolapova , Deputy Head of Roskosmos State Corporation Department, spoke about the legal aspects of overcoming current challenges in the sphere of Russian cosmonautics .
I just reckon that when it comes to the field of human endeavour, and unshackling ourselves from what the father of cosmonautics, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky called "the cradle of humanity" in which we cannot live forever, the initiative of space exploration to unseen heights, farthest reaches and worlds beyond our world should perhaps be one of states, communities and united peoples, rather than just some rich guy.
The same report also cited Andrei Ionin, chief analyst of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, who said the Russian version of the space station may come into existence before 2024, and it maybe in cooperation with China.
In volume 3, Chertok recounts and reflects on the golden age of Soviet cosmonautics, from Yury Gagarin's historic orbital flight in 1961 to the death of key figures in the Soviet space program in and around 1967.
The soft landing itself was] carried out for the first time in the history of cosmonautics.
72 million rubles from 2,116 sponsors and is on the way to its next funding aim, which is to create another model of Mayak for Moscow's Museum of Cosmonautics, where they showed their spacecraft to the public at a lecture last week.
Chapter 7 reviews the many important and critical contributions of Ary Stemfeld to spacecraft trajectories and maneuvers, a major area of modern cosmonautics.
Tsiol'kovskij (1857-1935), the philosophical founder of Cosmonautics.
We greatly hope that Russia will continue effectively working and helping all its partners, both Russian and from other counties, in your very hard but interesting and noble work," Putin told Giovanni Bignami, the president of COSPAR, while visiting the Cosmonautics Memorial Museum in Moscow.
Education: 2007--master's degree in Aviation and Cosmonautics, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev Polytechnic Institute.
Space Policy Expert with Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, Yuri Karash, predicted that the rocket may have exploded when it reached its second stage and caught fire, while some analysts claimed that the rocket might have failed before its first and second stage got separated.