The Russian space industry managed to overcome a series of setbacks, and currently she is on the threshold of new technological breakthroughs, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees military space industry of the country, November 28, at the ceremony of awarding the winners and finalists of the open competition of young scientists for the best scientific-technical idea for the development of advanced space technology.

“The Russian space program, having escaped from the shroud of defeat, hurtful accidents and disasters, to stabilize the quality, made a qualitative leap forward in the creation of the newest technologies”, – quotes its RIA “Novosti”. Likely, Rogozin meant a series of failed launches of the carrier rocket “proton-M”.

“We on behalf of the President, and it now technically is issued, go to the project of super-heavy rockets, and that’s a whole other load of features, – said Rogozin. Is the opportunity to realize the idea of a lunar research station, visited or inhabited”.

“We now stand on the threshold of a certain intellectual breakthrough, – said Deputy Prime Minister. – Those who understand this goal, who will make her technologically and technically the way, you will regain the title of leader in the world.”

The winner of the competition of youth projects, held by the Russian Federal space Agency and the Foundation for advanced studies from may to September this year, was recognized as a creative team led by Artem Nikonorova, uniting employees of the Samara national research University named after academician S. P. Korolev, Samara branch of the Federal scientific-research center “crystallography and Photonics” of the RAS. The project of this Association is aimed at creating ultra-compact software-defined systems of remote sensing in the visible, multispectral and hyperspectral bands based on diffractive optics.

Presentation of honorary diplomas to winners of competition of young scientists @roscosmos and @fpi_russia

Rogozin told the young scientists about the prospects of Russian space and moon stations 28.11.2016

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