Russia says it will pull out of space station project after 2024
SpaceX’s next crew launch delayed by booster damage
Russian cosmonaut, European astronaut complete joint spacewalk
Supply chain issues delay Northrop Grumman’s next space station cargo flight
SpaceX cargo ship delivers dust storm instrument to International Space Station
Russian space chief dismissed; NASA gets deal for joint crews
Dmitry Rogozin, the bellicose director of the Russian space agency Roscosmos who has railed against NASA and its western space allies over sanctions imposed in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, is stepping down under orders from President Vladimir Putin. NASA also announced Friday it has finalized a no-funds-exchanged agreement with Roscosmos to allow Russian cosmonauts to launch to the International Space Station on U.S. crew vehicles and U.S. astronauts to fly on Russian Soyuz capsules.
SpaceX ready to launch space station resupply mission after five-week delay
Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus supply ship departs space station
A commercial Cygnus supply ship from Northrop Grumman departed the International Space Station Tuesday, completing a four-month stay after delivering more than 8,000 pounds of cargo and boosting the research lab into a slightly higher orbit. The Cygnus spacecraft was expected to deploy a CubeSat before heading for a destructive re-entry.