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Russia has fallen under suspicion for testing what some say is an anti-satellite weapon.
This week, drivers' licenses get a much-overdue update, utility bills make headlines, and we learn that pirates abound in Russia.
When cosmonauts and astronauts linked up in space, it represented far more than a technological achievement.
News, quotes and tidbits from around Russia.
These astronauts are taking chess to the next level—the cosmos!
This week's Odder News reads like a bad movie, full of forgotten headstones, zombies, and a disagreement settled with firearms.
Russia's space agency says it's ready to partner with NASA to go to the moon.
The US President's decree on lunar resource extraction has the Russian space community crying foul.
Thirty-four years ago this week, the Mir Space Station was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome.
The first earthling to perish in space was the Soviet space dog Laika. Soon thereafter, the first earthlings to orbit the planet – 60 years ago this summer – were Belka and Strelka.
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