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S.P. Korolev worked here Seventy years of OKB-1
April 25, 2020 More...

April 26, 1950 pursuant to the Order of the Minister of Arms of the USSR D.F.Ustinov Special Design Bureau No. 1 (OKB-1) for development of long-range missiles under the leadership of Chief Designer Sergei Pavlovich Korolev was built up within Moscow region NII-88. This event determined the establishment of OKB-1 (now Rocket and Space Public Corporation Energia) as the founder of all the main areas in development of the national rocket and space technology.



N.N. Sevastianov Interview of N.N. Sevastianov, Director General of RSC Energia to Roscosmos TV studio
April 25, 2020 More...

The day before the launch of Progress MS-14 transportation cargo spacecraft, the General Director of RSC Energia answered questions of Roscosmos TV. Nikolai Sevastianov spoke about the safety measures that were taken before the launch in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, plans for 2020 and work on new projects.



Progress MS-14 docked! Progress MS-14 docked!
April 25, 2020 More...

Today, on April 25, 2020 the logistics spacecraft Progress MS-14 developed and manufactured by RSC Energia docked to the International Space Station under the flight program to the International Space Station. The spacecraft berthed to the instrument compartment of the Zvezda module at 08:12 Moscow time, therefore, the time from the lift-off to docking was 3 hours 21 minutes.
The logistics vehicle approached the ISS using a super-fast two-orbit rendezvous profile. The docking was performed automatically under control of specialists from the Lead Operational Control Team (LOCT) of the ISS Russian Segment and Russian crewmembers of the ISS-63 Expedition - Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoli Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner. The rendezvous and docking modes were performed without comments.



Victory Rocket launched from Baikonur Victory Rocket launched from Baikonur
April 25, 2020 More...

Today, on April 25, 2020 at 04:51:41 the launch vehicle Soyuz-2.1 carrying the logistics spacecraft Progress MS-14 developed and manufactured by RSC Energia lifted-off from Launch Pad No.31 of the Baikonur Launch Site under the flight program to the International Space Station. According to the telemetry information in 8 minutes 48 seconds a nominal separation of the spacecraft from the launcher upper stage was recorded.



55 years of communication satellite Molniya-1 55 years of communication satellite Molniya-1
April 23, 2020 More...

On April 23, 1965, the first domestic communication spacecraft Molniya-1 was launched into a low-earth orbit. The experimental relay satellite developed by OKB-1 (now RSC Energia) provided television broadcasting and radiocommunications to the most remote areas of our country, having opened up a new area in the national cosmonautics in development and operation of automatic space communications and telecommunications systems.



Rocket with Progress MS-14 logistics vehicle is installed on the launch pad Rocket with Progress MS-14 logistics vehicle is installed on the launch pad
April 22, 2020 More...

This morning integrated launch vehicle (ILV) Soyuz-2.1 with transportation cargo vehicle Progress S-14 was carried out from the integration and test facility of the launch vehicle and erected on the launch pad of Area 31 of the Baikonur launch site.
The launch teams began to perform processing operations on preflight testing of ILV systems and assemblies with the interface check of the onboard and ground equipment of the rocket and space complex.



Final assembly of launch vehicle with cargo vehicle Progress MS-14 Final assembly of launch vehicle with cargo vehicle Progress MS-14
April 21, 2020 More...

At the Baikonur Launch Site, the planned prelaunch processing of cargo transportation vehicle Progress MS-14 under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station is being completed.
Today the specialists from RSC Energia and core enterprises of Roscosmos performed a set of processing operations on the final assembly of integrated launch vehicle (ILV) Soyuz-2.1 with Progress MS-14 in the integration and test facility of Area 31 at the Baikonur Launch Site.



Progress MS-14 sent to final assembly with the launch vehicle Progress MS-14 sent to final assembly with the launch vehicle
April 20, 2020 More...

At Baikonur cosmodrome, drawing to a close is the planned processing of the cargo transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14, developed and built by RSC Energia, for the launch under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
Today Progress MS-14, integrated into the ascent unit, was prepared for transportation to the final assembly with the launch vehicle. Specialists from RSC Energia turned the spacecraft into horizontal position, loaded it into a special railway car and sent it to the Area 31 processing facility.



Yuri Pavlovich Semenov is 85 Yuri Pavlovich Semenov is 85
April 20, 2020 More...

Today, April 20, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Hero of Socialist Labor, honored scientist of the Russian Federation, doctor of engineering science, professor Yuri Pavlovich Semenov is 85.
Yuri Semenov devoted to the development of rocket and space technology forty seven years of his life, out of which for forty one year he was working on manned spaceflights. For more than 15 years, from 1989 through 2005, he headed S.P.Korolev RSC Energia, Built and launched into orbit under the direction of academician Semenov were six space stations and 10 modules, 64 manned transportation spacecraft and 95 unmanned logistics spacecraft.



CV Progress MS-14 Logistics vehicle Progress MS-14 designers inspection and encapsulation into payload fairing are complete
April 18, 2020 More...

Drawing to a close at Baikonur cosmodrome is the processing of the cargo transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14 for the launch under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
Today, specialists from RSC Energia and core enterprises of Roscosmos have conducted designers inspection of the cargo transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14 installed in the processing facility rig and performed processing operations to encapsulate it into the payload fairing, and conducted the launch readiness checks of the encapsulated spacecraft.



SC Soyuz MS-15 landing Sarmatians back on Earth
April 17, 2020 More...

The crew of the manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-15, which on April 17, 2020, at 04:53 Moscow Time undocked from the Zvezda module of the International Space Station, has successfully returned to Earth. All the descent and landing operations went normally, the Sarmatians (the call sign of the crew) feel well.



CV Progress MS-14 Progress S-14 mated to the adapter section
April 16, 2020 More...

At Baikonur cosmodrome RSC Energia specialists continue as planned the processing of the cargo transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14 for the launch under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
In accordance with the schedule specialists from RSC Energia and relevant Roscosmos enterprises have completed a sequence of operations to mate cargo transport vehicle Progress MS-14 to the adapter section of the upper stage of the launch vehicle.



CV Progress MS-14 Fuelling and loading of Progress MS-14 logistics vehicle completed
April 15, 2020 More...

At Baikonur cosmodrome RSC Energia specialists continue as planned the processing of the cargo transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14 for the launch under the program of the 75th resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).



N.N.Sevastianov Dear colleagues, dear veterans of space industry!
April 11, 2020 More...

On behalf of S.P.Korolev RSC Energia management, I congratulate you on our holiday - the Cosmonautics Day!
On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin ushered in the era of manned space flight. The event which excited the whole world was a result of the labor of the tremendous amount of people: designers, engineers, workers of OKB-1 under the direction of the Chief Designer, Sergei Pavlovich Korolev. And we carry on their cause to keep our countrys leadership in space.



Progress MS-14 cargo vehicle is admitted to fueling Progress MS-14 cargo vehicle is admitted to fueling
April 10, 2020 More...

The Technical Management meeting was held at the Baikonur Launch Site at which a decision was taken to admit the Progress MS-14 cargo transport vehicle to fueling of the combined propulsion system and the cargo vehicle refueling system.



Natalia Sergeyevna Koroleva Jubilee of Natalia Sergeyevna Koroleva
April 10, 2020 More...

Today, Natalia Sergeyevna Koroleva, the daughter of the distinguished developer of the Russian rocket and space technology, the founder of RSC Energia, Sergey Pavlovich Korolev, celebrates her 85th jubilee.
Natalia Sergeyevna is a worthy daughter of the great father! She devoted all her life to the profession and selfless activities! A first-class surgeon who has an innumerable number of complicated lung surgeries performed over the course of forty years. Well-known scientist - Doctor of Medical Science, professor, laureate of the State Prize.



Measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection at RSC Energia
April 10, 2020 More...

Under the conditions of high epidemiological alert, RSC Energia continues carrying out the plan of crew and cargo transportation spacecraft launch campaigns, as well as providing support for the ISS RS mission. To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection, the general director of RSC Energia Nikolai Sevastianov has approved a new work pattern.



Soyuz MS-16 docked to the ISS Soyuz MS-16 docked to the ISS
April 9, 2020 More...

Six hours after the launch at 17:13 Moscow time the manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-16 performed a nominal docking to the Poisk module of the Russian Segment of the International Space Station. A four-orbit rendezvous profile for Soyuz and the Station was planned by the flight program.



Soyuz MS-16 launched to the ISS Soyuz MS-16 launched to the ISS
April 9, 2020 More...

Today, on April 9, 2020 at 11:05:06 Moscow Time, the launch vehicle Soyuz-2.1a carrying the manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-16 lifted-off from Launch Pad No.31 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome. At 11:13:56 Moscow Time the spacecraft successfully separated from the third stage of the launch vehicle in the target orbit.



Roscosmos. Soyuz MS-16 crews confirmed Roscosmos. Soyuz MS-16 crews confirmed
April 8, 2020 More...

The State Commission for conducting flight tests of manned space systems chaired by the general director of the State Corporation Roscosmos has approved the primary and backup crews of Soyuz MS-16. In addition to this, the readiness of the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle and the ground infrastructure for the launch under the International Space Station program has been confirmed.



Launch vehicle with Soyuz S-16 Manned Spacecraft is Installed on the Launch Pad Launch vehicle with Soyuz S-16 Manned Spacecraft is Installed on the Launch Pad
April 6, 2020 More...

This morning the Soyuz-2.1 integrated launch vehicle (ILV) with Soyuz MS-16 manned transport spacecraft has been rolled out from the launch vehicle integration and test facility and erected on the launch pad of Area 31 at the Baikonur Launch Site.
The launch teams began to conduct processing operations on preflight tests of the ILV systems and assemblies with interface checks of the onboard and ground equipment of the rocket and space complex.



General Assembly of the Launch Vehicle with Soyuz MS-16 manned spacecraft General Assembly of the Launch Vehicle with Soyuz MS-16 manned spacecraft
April 4, 2020 More...

At the Baikonur Launch Site, the planned pre-flight processing of the Soyuz MS-16 manned transport spacecraft under the ISS-62/63 expedition program to the International Space Station is being completed.
Throughout this day, the specialists from RSC Energia and core enterprises of Roscosmos successfully completed a set of processing operations on general assembly of the Soyuz-2.1a integrated launch vehicle with Soyuz MS-16 in the integration and test facility of Area 31 at the Baikonur Launch Site.



The last expedition to MIR  The last expedition to MIR
April 4, 2020 ...

Twenty years ago, on April 4, 2000, the Soyuz TM-30 transportation spacecraft carrying the crew of the last 28th prime expedition to the Mir station lifted off from the Baikonur Launch Site. The flight of Sergei Zalyotin and Alexander Kaleri completed a long history of man-tended operation of the multi-module orbital complex developed under the lead and control of NPO Energia (now S.P. Korolev RSC Energia).



Soyuz MS-16 Crews Performed a Check Inspection of the Spacecraft Soyuz MS-16 Crews Performed a Check Inspection of the Spacecraft
April 3, 2020 ...

The participants of the forthcoming expedition to the International Space Station (ISS) performed the second fit check, i.e. check inspection of Soyuz MS-16 manned transport spacecraft in the launch configuration at the Baikonur Launch Site.



Progress MS-14 solar array check complete Progress MS-14 solar array check complete
April 2, 2020 More...

At the processing facility of Area 254 of the Baikonur launch site preparations continue for the launch of the manned transportation spacecraft Progress MS-14. Yesterday, specialists from RSC Energia and Space Center Yuzhny successfully completed a scheduled operation of check insolation for the solar arrays of the spacecraft power supply system.



Soyuz MS-16 Designers inspection of Soyuz MS-16 and encapsulation of the fairing
April 1, 2020 More...

At the Baikonur launch site the pre-launch processing of manned transportation spacecraft Soyuz MS-16 for launch on April 9 to the International Space Station (ISS) under the ISS-62/63 expeditions program is in progress.
According to the processing schedule, the specialists from RSC Energia and specialized enterprises of Roscosmos conducted a designers inspection of Soyuz MS-16 at the integration and test facility bench, performed processing operations on encapsulation of the fairing, and checked the launch readiness of the spacecraft within the ascent unit.





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