International Cooperation in Space, from USSR to Russia

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International Cooperation in Space, from USSR to Russia 2016-11-03T12:11:26+00:00

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This chapter presents a historical overview of international cooperation in space during the period of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and to the present days of the Russian Federation. The post-Soviet era and current international cooperation in space are described through interviews with people who were or still are involved in the joint space programs. I asked Dr. Carlo Mirra from EADS/Astrium, who is responsible for the ISS Increment and Mission Integration from European side, Dr. Antonio Verga from ESA who was involved for a number of years in the Foton and Bion cooperative ESA-Roscosmos projects, and Dr. Mark Belakovskiy from the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems (IMPB), which recently completed a successful international experiment for a flight stimulation of mission to Mars – MARS 500, to share their opinions on the cooperation with Russia.

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This paper was first published as part of International Cooperation for the Development of Space, published by the Aerospace Technology Working Group (ATWG) and included on this site through the courtesy of ATWG, ISU and the individual authors.

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