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Dark Days Ahead For Russia's Space Program?

By Keith Cowing
July 9, 2018
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Dark Days Ahead For Russia's Space Program?

Russian editor: Our space program is entering the “Dark Ages”, Ars Technica
“As soon as next year, the United States plans to stop paying hundreds of millions of dollars a year to Russia for Soyuz seats, because it is developing its own transport to the space station. And the European Space Agency has signaled that it will stop launching Russian Soyuz rockets from its French Guiana-based spaceport in the early 2020s. A Russian space editor, Andrei Borisov, has captured the fading zeitgeist of the Russian space program in a lengthy article on the new leader of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, and the changes he has proposed. “The ‘Russian Space’ Rogozin is trying to create reminds one of the Dark Ages in Europe,” Borisov writes on Lenta.Ru, where he serves as editor of science and technology. “In it, there is no place for modernization, there is only the mission of survival.”
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