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Rogozin Wants To Fix Roscosmos

By Keith Cowing
November 7, 2018
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Rogozin Wants To Fix Roscosmos

Russian space leader issues decree against trash, “sloppy” work attitudes, Ars Technica
“Dmitry Rogozin is not having the best year. Earlier, he was essentially demoted from his position as deputy prime minister over defense and space to a position managing Roscosmos, the Russian space corporation. And since then he has had to grapple with a number of embarrassing spaceflight problems, including an errant drill hole in a Soyuz spacecraft and an emergency landing of another one after a rocket exploded mid-flight. But Rogozin is nothing if not a fighter, and he now appears to be taking steps to address the deteriorating situation at Roscosmos – and the Russian aerospace companies that build rockets and spacecraft for the country.”

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