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Russia: we’ll leave International Space Station and build our own – The Guardian

‘If you want to do well, do it yourself’ says head of space agency as relations with US strained by earthly disputes

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International Space StationIf you want to do well, do it yourself says head of space agency as collaboration with US strained by earthly disputes
Wed 21 Apr 2021 19.29 EDT
Russia is ready to start building its own space station with the aim of launching it into orbit by 2030 if President Vladimir Putin gives the go-ahead, the head of its Roscosmos space agency has said.
The project would end more than two decades of close cooperation with the United States aboard the ageing International Space…

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