Consortium Space Technologies is engaged in charitable activities.
Currently, Consortium Space Technologies takes care of the spacecraft exposition in the aviation museum of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in Monino, located near Moscow.
On July 19, 2017, an official agreement was signed on charitable cooperation between the Consortium Space Technologies and the Aviation Museum in Monino. According to the agreement, the Consortium Space Technologies took under the auspices of all the devices of the exhibition relating to the space sector and requiring the restoration and maintenance of the exhibition form.
Among the aircraft there are also legends of the Soviet cosmonautics: the stratostatus Volga, which tested the spacesuits of the first detachment of Soviet cosmonauts, the TU-104 AK, designed to train astronauts in a state of weightlessness, the BOR-5 unmanned orbital complex, a reduced copy of Burana , where radio communications were worked out on the plasma section of the trajectory when returning to Earth, the UTI MiG-15 aircraft, where Gagarin Yu.A., Tereshkova VV, Leonov A.A. et al., experimental EPOS manned orbital aircraft from the Spiral reusable program, as well as a number of other devices.
Consortium specialists are faced with the task of restoring and maintaining the devices in almost proper condition so that visitors to the spacecraft exposition can see not only the brilliant appearance, but also look into the newly decorated cabins of a number of museum legends.
According to the head of the Consortium Space Technologies, Julia Arkhipova will later plan free excursions on the subject of spacecraft for children from preschool to adolescence, special educational and developmental programs, and will also organize excursions for children from orphanages on a charitable basis.
The process of restoring and maintaining spacecraft and aircraft associated with the space industry is quite a long and expensive, but the most reliable way to preserve the memory of achievements in the space sector and preserve the history of the development of cosmonautics of the USSR and Russia for posterity.
The Сonsortium Space Technologies is open for cooperation with regional museums, centers, educational institutions, scientific productions, wishing to transfer non-working exhibits to the Aviation Museum in Monino, related to the space sector. Such devices will be transferred to the museum and, if necessary, will be included in the recovery program.
On June 30, 2018, an information stand was installed at the Monino Aviation Museum on the legendary BOR-5 spacecraft, which became the predecessor of Buran and worked off the casing of the future ship.
Now all the information about BOR-5 is available to visitors of the museum in Monino from Wednesday to Sunday every day.
Сonsortium Space Technologies is involved in projects to help veterans of space. It happens that the once-known and loved by all astronauts or famous engineers, various specialists in the space industry, are unfairly forgotten, their discoveries, inventions, etc. are forgotten. In such cases, space veterans are very important and need the most varied assistance: from humanitarian to medical, from kind spiritual letter to help with repairs in an old house or apartment.
Сonsortium Space Technologies is trying to participate in all the situations that have become known, where undeservedly forgotten specialists in the space industry need some kind of help.
In the space industry there are no unnecessary people, people are the capital of the space sector.
Сonsortium Space Technologies also publishes interviews and articles with the leaders of the space industry, people who have contributed to the development of the industry at the time of its formation. One such example is an interview with Viktor Vasilyev, a former military engineer who first received telemetry data from the Venus apparatus, the only image of the planet Venus published in all textbooks.