15.04.20 Maria Arkhipova said about need to explore the Moon and Mars /VIDEO/

As Consortium Space Technologies said, the coordanator of the construction of the orbital station MIR-2 , Maria Arkhipova, prepdred the video and she answers the question of where in space there is a better place to live than Earth. Consortium Space Technologies emphasized that this conversation is extremely relevant, as current events in different countries show that a person needs a new home and needs to take care of where in the cosmos he is today. Fortunately, according to the Consorti...
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12.04.20 Consortium Space Technologies congratulates everyone on Cosmonautics Day

Consortium Space Technologies congratulates everyone on Cosmonautics Day on the 59th anniversary of the first manned flight into space. Congratulations from the head of tConsortium Space Technologies Julia Arkhipova: Congratulations to all people on the 59th anniversary of the first manned flight into space. This year we are faced with a deadly epidemic, but we have the advantages of space technology. Korolev, Gagarin, Glushko, Severin and many others said that we their descendants will gr...
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08.04.20 Maria Arkhipova announced support for guarantees of private property rights to resources extracted in space /VIDEO/

As told in Consortium Space Technologies, coordinator of construction of orbital station MIR-2 , Lawyer of Consortium  Maria Arkhipova publicly announced support for private property rights to resources extracted in space in connection with the signing of a decree by US President Donald Trump on April 6, 2020. As said in Consortium Space Technologies, this is the organization’s position, moreover, the US initiative has been useful and has long been overdue. As Maria Arkhipova, coordinator...
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05.04.20 Maria Arkhipova said about the perspectives of human civilization against the backdrop of COVID-19 /VIDEO/

According to experts of Consortium "Space Technologies", since 2018 they have conducted a study on the study of human life span up to the year 2050. As the study showed, the average life expectancy of a person in the world by the year 2050 ranged from 53 to 57 years. As part of the study, two groups of scientists also obtained results relating to the space industry: by the mid-2040s, according to forecasts, there would be no space flights. These forecasts were confirmed by the second independ...
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30.03.20 Maria Arkhipova said about technologies that allow preserving information about the person of the deceased during COVID-19 /VIDEO/

Maria Arkhipova (Bast), coordinator of construction of orbital station MIR-2 , Lawyer of Consortium, a professional state manager in the space industry spoke about the use of cryonics and saving life in the context of the spread of COVID-19. Maria Arkhipova (Bast) also recalled the forecasts for 2016 prepared by the Space Technologies consortium about the inevitable pandemic in the coming years, and forecasts for a decrease in human life expectancy until the year 2050. In the video...
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16.03.2020 Maria Bast appiled to the countries in connection with the spread of coronavirus/VIDEO/

Professional manager in the space industry Maria Bast, recorded a video statement to countries and peoples in connection with the spread of coronavirus. According to Maria Bast, coronavirus is a crisis of human civilization, and if people want to defeat the coronavirus and subsequent problems and disasters on Earth, then humanity must join resources and efforts and explore space, expand the human environment, and make space a comfortable living environment. According to Maria Bast, the prob...
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08.07.19 Consortium Space Technologies is ahead of the implementation plans of the orbital station program MIR-2

The press service of the consortium Space Technologies said that the consortium specialists are ahead of the plans for implementing the orbital station programMIR-2: the assembly of the MIR-2 prototype planned for 2020 has already begun and will be completed in 2019, i.e. a year earlier. As it was told in the consortium, advancing the prototype assembly plans will allow earlier and earlier to offer public and private space enterprises a partnership to create an orbital station with artificial g...
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21.08.18 Consortium “Space Technologies” announced the successful results of laboratory genetic research

According to the press service of Consortium "Space Technologies", the research conducted by the genetic laboratory commissioned by the consortium was successful: the researchers prepared a conclusion about the possibility of adapting mice to conditions of weightlessness, situations of oxygen starvation, hypothermia and other extreme conditions. As the Consortium "Space Technologies" told, the data obtained allow us to talk about a change in the approach to space exploration and adapt not...
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02.07.18 Consortium Space Technologies installed the informational booth of BOR-5 spacecraft in Monino and conducted a live broadcast with the channel “Life”

As reported by the press service of the Consortium Space Technologies on June 30, 2018 in the Museum of Aviation Monino was installed information stand about the legendary spacecraft BOR-5, which became the predecessor of the "Buran" and worked the lining of the future ship. Now the entire amount of information about BOR-5 is available for visitors to the museum in Monino from Wednesday to Sunday every day. Also, the head of the Consortium Space Technologies, Julia Arkhipova, together with...
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25.06.18 The TU-104a airplane with zero-gravity pool, where Alexei Leonov trained, looking for sponsors to complete the restoration

According to the press service of the Consortium Space Technologies, volunteers from the museum of aircrafts in Monino near Moscow, the legendary TU-104a aircraft, at which the exits to outer space and stay in weightlessness Alexei Leonov passed, needs sponsorship. Outwardly, the TU-104a aircraft has already been washed and is being painted, most of the vehicle is lost inside, only what could not have been carried and handed over to the point of reception of color scrap, said volunteer Yegor....
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