debriefing (№ 4 ) How Russia Responds to Space sanctions (2022)

Telecast №103005, 1 part, duration: 0:27:54
Production: Studio Roscosmos
Anchor:Nikolaj Marchenko

Reel №1

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Yuri Nikolaevich Koptev has been included in the US sanctions lists.

He was the initiator of the international projects Mir-Shuttle, ISS and many others.

How will the Russian cosmos respond to such "gratitude" from the partners?

Experts recall how the ISS project began and why this cooperation was beneficial primarily to the American side.

The guests of the program discuss potential projects that will replace the ISS, in particular, the ROSS national orbital station, analyze the history of American sanctions that were applied to Russian cosmonautics at different times, and ways to overcome them, predict the further development of the Russian rocket and space industry under sanctions.

Journalist Igor Marinin and historian Natalia Selyukina, who directs scientific, educational and public programs of the Historical Memory Foundation, are visiting the presenter Nikolay Marchenko.


Marinin I.A. is a Russian journalist, academician of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, editor-in-chief of the magazine "News of Cosmonautics", deputy editor-in-chief of the magazine "Russian Cosmos". Selyukina N.V. -- Russian historian, Executive Director of the Historical Memory Foundation. Koptev Yu.N. -- Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Director General of the Russian Space Agency and the Russian Aviation and Space Agency (1992-2004), Full State Adviser of the Russian Federation of the 1st class.

Calendar: 06.07.2022

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