Russia’s Space Plans Leaks

Russia lunar base, future space
Russia’s Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos has leaked the draft of its space exploration. The first thing is that by 2018 Russia is going to move the cosmodrome facilities from Baikonur to Vostochny (in Eastern Russia), and to start producing all the components (e. g., electronics) of space vehicles themselves by 2020. From that time till 2030 Roscosmos is planning to launch a high-latitude permanent space station and a lunar orbital station too. Between that period and 2050 the lunar manned base is planned to explore the Moon’s natural resources. Within the timeframe from 2035 to 2050 Mars will also see the Russian explorers and possibly development of natural resources and initial colonization. Far fetched plans, but who knows…

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