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Russia wants to reduce its ISS crew member from three to two

Russia wants to reduce its ISS crew member from three to two

Recently Russia announced a decision to reduce its number of astronauts serving on International Space Station from three to two. The country will collaborate with NASA mission on ISS till 2024.

LeakedSource: Twitter did not suffer a breach; login credentials were harvested using malware

LeakedSource: Twitter did not suffer a breach; login credentials were harvested

In a blog post published on Thursday, breach notification site LeakedSource said that it appears to be unlikely that popular microblogging site Twitter was breached; and added that the Twitter user cr

Russia Successfully launches Proton-M

Russia Successfully launches Proton-M

Russia successfully launched its Proton-M rocket on Monday. The rocket, launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, was carrying a Russian telecoms satellite.

New exhibition to mark space dog mission

New exhibition to mark space dog mission

A new exhibition is being organised to celebrate the mission that sent dogs to space to pave the way for the human space missions.

Russian rocket carrying Mexican satellite suffers a crash: Roscosmos

Russian rocket carrying Mexican satellite suffers a crash: Roscosmos

The Russian Proton-M rocket failed to carry a Mexican telecommunications satellite into Earth's orbit as it crashed in the Chita region of Siberia nearly 500 seconds after its launch.

China, Russia oppose plans for Antarctic Ocean sanctuary

China, Russia oppose plans for Antarctic Ocean sanctuary

The representatives of China and Russia have opposed an international proposal to create the world's largest ocean sanctuary in Antarctica.

Fisherman Catches a Fish with Human Teeth in Russia

Fisherman Catches a Fish with Human Teeth in Russia

A fisherman in Russia caught a fish with human teeth, likely a strange piranha, said scientists.

HP and three Subsidiaries Fined for Bribing Officials

HP and three Subsidiaries Fined for Bribing Officials

On Thursday, Hewlett-Packard Company and its three subsidiaries were fined $108 million for bribing foreign officials in Russia, Mexico and Poland.

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Stress may be especially hard on hearts of younger women with heart disease, Res

New research suggested that stress could be mainly hard on young women’s hearts, suffering from heart disease.

Researchers gave a mentally stressful public speaking assignment to about 700 men and women suffering from heart disease and measured their blood flow to the heart.

Study leader Dr. Viola Vaccarino, chair of epidemiology...

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