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Synonyms for astronautics

the theory and practice of navigation through air or space

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He added that Roscosmos, Russia's state corporation responsible for its space flight and cosmonautics programme, was prepared to sign an agreement on future co-operation with the BNSSA.
The organizers of the exhibition will also prepare a separate pavilion dedicated to the achievements of domestic and international cosmonautics.
Barankov, "Coordinate and basis transformations in view of the interrelation of two finite rotations of a rigid body," Cosmonautics and Rocket Engineering, vol.
For decades, Russian as well as Western publications on Soviet space history have frequently centered around iconic heroes such as the "grandfather of cosmonautics" Konstantin Tsiolkovskii, his alleged heir Sergei Korolev, and cosmonauts such as Iurii Gagarin, German Titov, and (maybe) Valentina Tereshkova.
In volume 3, Chertok recounts and reflects on the golden age of Soviet cosmonautics, from Yury Gagarin's historic orbital flight in 1961 to the death of key figures in the Soviet space program in and around 1967.
[The soft landing itself was] carried out for the first time in the history of cosmonautics....
In and near Moscow, Russia, four separate events will be celebrating Yuri's Night on Russia's "Cosmonautics Day" holiday.
The project currently has 1.72 million rubles from 2,116 sponsors and is on the way to its next funding aim, which is to create another model of Mayak for Moscow's Museum of Cosmonautics, where they showed their spacecraft to the public at a lecture last week.
Chapter 7 reviews the many important and critical contributions of Ary Stemfeld to spacecraft trajectories and maneuvers, a major area of modern cosmonautics. Chapter 9 recalls the history of Dr.
Tsiol'kovskij (1857-1935), the philosophical founder of Cosmonautics. Although his commitments were mainly related to space rocketry and technology studies (he was not a geologist by training), Chizhevskij is famous also for his theorisation of space ecology (Yagodinskij, 2005).
"We greatly hope that Russia will continue effectively working and helping all its partners, both Russian and from other counties, in your very hard but interesting and noble work," Putin told Giovanni Bignami, the president of COSPAR, while visiting the Cosmonautics Memorial Museum in Moscow.
With these aforementioned benefits identified, Ni-Co coatings by electrodeposition have wide range of applications such as in automotive parts, aerospace, rocket technology, cosmonautics, sound signals, medical applications, nuclear power systems, and magnetic devices, as anticorrosive coatings [8], as well as decorative purposes [9].
Education: 2007--master's degree in Aviation and Cosmonautics, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev Polytechnic Institute.
After having translated the sentences in Russian I discovered that their content makes allusion to 12 April, Cosmonautics Day, to pay homage to Yuri Gagarin, the first man who travelled outer space when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961.
Yuri Karash, a former cosmonaut and space analyst based in Moscow, told Al Jazeera: "The history of cosmonautics shows how important it is to have good, harmonious relations among all crew members travelling to space.