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The 40th Anniversary of the 1st Moon Landing.
The First Man on the Moon. July 20, 1969.
 
 
 
Apollo-11. N.Armstrong and E.Aldrin.
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STS-127 / ISS, the 1st EVA.
On July 18, 2009 astronauts D.Wolf and T.Kopra performed a spcewalk. The EVA lasted 5 hours and 32 minutes.
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STS-127 / ISS docking

On July 17, 2009 the space shuttle Endeavour docked with the International Space Station at 17:47 UTC, delivering the final pieces of the Japanese Kibo complex and a new flight engineer to join the Expedition 20 crew.
The shuttle and station crews opened hatches and greeted each other at
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Endeavour STS-127 Launch.
On July 15, 2009 at 22.03 UTC Endeavour American Space Shuttle was launched from NASA's ... Read more »
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Falcon 1 successfully delivered Razaksat to orbit.

Space Exploration Technologies announces the successful launch of Falcon 1 (Flight 5) launch vehicle and the precision placement of Malaysia's RazakSAT into Earth orbit.

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3 satellites were launched from Plestsk Cosmodrome.
On July 06, 2009 at 01.26 UTC the “Rokot” rocket-carrier was launched from Russian Plesetsk Cosmodrome to orbit 3 Russian military satellites (Kosmos-2451, Kosmos-2452, Kosmos-2453).

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The SoyuzTMA-14 redocking.

At night from July 2 to July 3 the redocking of the SoyuzTMA-14 spacecraft was performed. The spacecraft was undocked from the docking port of the Zvezda module and was docked to the docking port of the Pirs module.
On July 2 at 21.29 UTC SoyuzTMA-14 with the cosmonauts Gennadiy Padalka, Michael Barrat, Koichi Wakata on board undocked from the ISS moved away from the station at the distance of 30 metres and at 21.55 UTC docked to the ISS again.
The other members of Expedition 20 crew cosmonauts Romanenko, De Winne and Thirsk were aboard the station during the redocking of the SoyuzTMA-14.


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TerreStar 1 - the heaviest telecommunications satellite ever launched.
On July 1, 2009 an Ariane 5 ECA (V189) rocket-carrier was launched from ... Read more »
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For space thematic collections.


In 2009 several postal stationeries on space thematic were issued in Russia.


Cosmonautic museum in the village of Shorshely. 
It is the place of birth of Russian cosmonaut A.Nikolaev (Vostok-3, Soyuz-9).

Print quantity – 11500 copies.


The 100th birth anniversary of academician V.P.Barmin, designer of the launchers for rocket-carriers.

Print quantity – 12000 copies.


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A Music Satellite is in orbit.

On June 30, 2009 at 23.15 (Moscow time) the "Sirius FM5” satellite was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The satellite was delivered to orbit by the "Proton-M” Russian rocket-carrier equipped with the "Breeze-M” booster (upper stage).

The Sirius FM5 mission is the 5th Proton launch of 2009 and the 346th Proton flight overall.
Sirius FM5 is a Communications Satellite. It is a new high-EIRP geostationary satellite launched for Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. It will join the company’s three satellites that broadcast 100% commercial-free music, plus sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather and data over the United States.
The satellite constellation now provides over 65 music channels with no advertising, over 70 voice channels (e.g., news, sports, commentary, humor, traffic, weather, etc.) and a few television channels to more than 7 million mobile and fixed subscribers. Service is additionally provided throughout Can ... Read more »
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