Russia might return to its legendary Soyuz spacecraft as the vehicle of choice in the international effort to explore the Moon.
Actual test facilities and experimental hardware point to a spacecraft that's much more fact than fiction.
After almost three decades of cooperation, Roscosmos is now eyeing a future in space with China.
The spiritual successor to Russia's largest rockets plans to fly in 2028.
Major discussions in Tokyo this past week could decide the future of space exploration for decades to come.
And you can go...if you have $40 million.
Russia is sending up an experiment and NASA doesn't know what it is.
Everyone remembers the 185-pound silver satellite that kickstarted the space race, but what about the rocket that got it there?
Sixty years later, and humanity's first satellite remains one of its most important.
Russia will soon announce its involvement with NASA's cislunar space station.
Shelved more than 40 years ago, the Soviet LK lander could help build the space boat that ferries China's astronauts to the Moon.
This new base would provide humanity with its first foothold to future human missions to the moon, Mars, and beyond.
Russia's next big piece of the ISS hits with another snag just a few months before launch.
A decades-long plan that could end with humans finally reaching the Red Planet.
The big space agencies are planning their next project together—a human outpost that orbits the moon.
What US-Russian cooperation in space might look like in ten years: a moon base.
This ship that ferries astronauts and cosmonauts to the ISS is getting some new bells and whistles.
The end of the International Space Station may not be the end after all.
Half a century later, a rare look back at the canines who paved the way for humans in space.
The world stared at a disabled web feed while the Soyuz took off from Vostochny.
Russia's dream of having a new launch site within its borders is finally realized. Now Roskosmos just need some rockets to fire.
Russian space telescope reveals a quasar whose absurd temperature cannot be explained.
Europe and Russia's new Mars mission is on its way to the Red Planet, but not before a hair-raising turn during the launch.
The totally 1950s design that ignites the Soyuz.
Thirty years ago, the first piece of the notorious (but revolutionary) Russian space station Mir went into orbit.