Russia might return to its legendary Soyuz spacecraft as the vehicle of choice in the international effort to explore the Moon.
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.
Shelved more than 40 years ago, the Soviet LK lander could help build the space boat that ferries China's astronauts to the Moon.
The end of the International Space Station may not be the end after all.
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.
Making sense of the latest shakeup at Roscosmos.
In 1975, the USSR actually fired a cannon from an orbiting space station. Forty years later, we finally got a good look at this gun.
Twenty-five years ago this month, the Buranthe Soviet space shuttle made its one and only flight.
As soon as the Space Age got under way, the Soviet Union was trying to build antisatellite weaponsand kept trying for decades.