Brahmand NewsPrevious Article
Brahmand NewsNext Article

Russia sets sights on Moon, Mars and beyond: report

A file photo.

MOSCOW (AFP): Russia's space agency intends to send its first manned mission to the Moon and deploy research stations on Mars under an ambitious plan presented to the government this month.

The Kommersant daily said the mission statement from the Roscosmos space agency through 2030 reveals no financial details but includes plans to find outside sources of funding that do not put additional pressures on the budget.

It also sees Russia purchasing a large chunk of its rocket technology from foreign countries in order to catch up with NASA by 2020.

"Notably, the target characteristics of Russian spacecraft will be brought to world levels primarily using foreign elements," the business daily wrote.

Roscosmos has been recently beset by problems that saw its satellites fail to reach orbit and a high-profile Mars mission crash back down to Earth last year.


Russia  Space agency  Moon  Mars  

Other Related News

IAF contingent arrives in Australia to take part in 'Exercise Pitch Black' 2024

The IAF contingent comprising of over 150 highly skilled Air Warriors would be operating the Su-30MKI multi-role fighters along with the C -17 Globemaster and IL-78 air-to-air refuelling aircraft in “combat enabling” roles during the biennial, multi-national exercise being hosted by Australia.

BRAHMOS Missile Systems


Brahmand World Defence Update 2024

Brahmand World Defence Update

Image Gallery