RuSpace – Suzy’s Russian space site
“RuSpace” (Russian Spaceflight, космический полёт России) is a somewhat idiosyncratic personal site about one of my interests, the Russian manned spaceflight program, with emphasis on the contemporary space program. The site covers the elements of interest to me, so it is not intended as a comprehensive guide (links to other sites are provided for more information).
The sections contain details about the current Cosmonaut Group, the Russian spaceships and spacesuits in use, and some other miscellaneous topics. The Russian segment of the International Space Station is also described; this is presently the program’s main focus.
Disclaimer: this is an amateur/hobbyist site and I am not an expert on the Russian space program!
- As of 2015, this site is mostly dormant (but not dead!) as I have lost much interest in maintaining it, so some pages will become increasingly outdated. ISS missions tables are still being updated as are some other pages sporadically (depends upon my mood :-)).
- 28/9/2017: Soyuz MS-06 launched on 12/9; updates to ISS crews, missions, Soyuz
- Listing of all pages
- Site online since 21 September 2003